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Should you be tested for coronavirus? Find out with Metro Health's self-screening tool

The nine-question screening recommends whether you should see a health care provider for an assessment before getting tested for coronavirus.

SAN ANTONIO — Not sure if it's allergies, the flu, or coronavirus? 

Metro Health has a nine-question self-screening tool that can help you decide whether you should be tested for coronavirus. 

Here is what the form looks like: 

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To access the screening, click here. 

The screening notes that if you are having a mild illness, you should stay at home for 14 days and monitor yourself. However, if you are having a severe illness such as upper respiratory distress, call your doctor for further instructions.

We’re continuing to bring you the latest information on the novel coronavirus’s impact local, statewide and nationally. Here’s more recent coverage: 

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