If you would like information about COVID-19, there are lots of resources on:
- how to protect yourself;
- what to do if you’re sick or caring for someone else who’s sick;
- if you are over 65, need food assistance, or financial support;
- what you should think about before you travel
Washington state’s COVID-19 hotline also has information in different languages at 1-800-525-0127.
Unfortunately, public health emergencies can sometimes lead to misinformation and by a handful of people hoping to take advantage, this can help you avoid COVID-related scams.
Of course, your health care provider knows your medical history and can help you with concerns or questions you have. The doctor’s office probably has some new procedures for office visits, especially if you think you may have the coronavirus. Don’t wait until you get sick to reach out. Contact your doctor or visit the website to find out about the different options you have for getting care.
The most important thing is to stay safe and healthy. The best way to do that is to get a vaccine.