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Corona test

In a few minutes the symptom check will give you personal and reliable information about your corona symptoms. You will know:

  • 1 How serious your corona symptoms are..
  • 2 If you need to see a doctor & what you have to watch out for.
  • 3 What you can do to get rid of your corona complaint.
  • 4 What the doctor would think of first.

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General information about the Corona virus

The Coronavirus first erupted in late 2019 in China in the Wuhan region. The virus has most likely been transmitted to humans by bats. The scientific name for the virus is SARS-CoV - 2. The disease that can cause the coronavirus is called COVID-19. The most common symptoms are fever and respiratory complaints. The virus is transmissible from person to person and extremely contagious. The sicker the patient is, the more contagious he is for others.

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

  • Fever
  • Respiratory complaints:
    • Cough
    • Common cold
    • Sneezing
    • Shortness of breath

What can you do yourself?

  • Keep 1.5 m away from other people;
  • Don't shake hands;
  • Stay home if you have a cold, even if it doesn't seem serious;
  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water;
  • Cough or sneeze into the inside of your elbow and
  • use tissue paper and throw it away after use.

When should I call the doctor?

Take the test to determine if it is necessary to call your doctor . Answer a few short questions and you will know the severity of your complaints

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or read more about:
Corona at home
Corona prevention

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Answer all the questions as best as possible. It is possible to change your answers at the end of the check.

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I have 1 or more of these complaints:

  • cold
  • sore throat
  • sneezing
  • cough (with or without mucus)
  • suddenly tired

Body temperature

Measure your temperature and indicate how high your fever is.

Fever thermometer

One or more of these things are right for me:

  • I breathe hard when I sit or lie quietly.
  • I am exhausted after a light effort (for example, walking to the toilet).
  • I feel sicker all the time.
  • I'm breathing harder and harder.
  • At first I felt better, but now much sicker or very tired.

1 or more of these things are correct for me:

  • I am over 70.
  • My immune system is less good (for example due to medicines).
  • I have diabetes.
  • I have a heart disease.
  • I have a lung disease (for example asthma or COPD).
  • I have severe kidney disease.
  • I am very overweight.