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:
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.
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