Did you test positive for COVID‑19?
Isolate at home
Stay home and stay away from others, including the people in your own household.
- If you’re sick, isolate for 5 days from when you started feeling sick AND make sure your fever is gone for 24 hours, without the help of medicine, before being around others.
- If you don’t have symptoms, isolate for 5 days from the day you were tested.
- If you are sick, take care of yourself, and keep in touch with your clinic or medical provider if your symptoms get worse.
You can be around others again after 5 days, if you feel better. You should wear a mask for an additional 5 days when you are around others.
If you tested positive or were exposed to COVID‑19, our trained professionals can help.
Call 866-917-8881 if:
- You want more health information
- You have questions about isolation or quarantine
- You have questions about telling your close contacts they may have been exposed to COVID-19
- You need to isolate and are worried about the ability to do that
Hours: M-F from 8am to 6pm and Saturday 10am to 4pm
Call 211 for general COVID‑19 questions, finding testing or vaccines, or help finding other resources.
Take our survey
Please respond as soon as possible after your positive test result.
Your honest responses help us understand how the virus is affecting you and your community. When we know who is experiencing the impacts of COVID-19, we can focus on where to reduce the spread of the virus and close health equity gaps for disproportionately affected groups. The information you share will be used to track the spread and impact of the disease. We share anonymous aggregate data on our dashboards and in reports with you and the public.
Take the survey in your preferred language.
This online survey can be completed on a computer or a mobile device.
If the survey is not in your preferred language a live interpreter can help.
What's in the survey
The COVID-19 Case Survey consists of 9 sections. You can fill out for yourself or on behalf of someone else who has tested positive and asks you for assistance (like a minor in your care, or an elderly relative). The information collected is kept confidential and only used for public health response purposes.
Accessibility: For individuals with disabilities or individuals who speak a language other than English, OHA can provide information in alternate formats such as translations, large print, or braille. Contact the Health Information Center at 1-971-673-2411, 711 TTY or COVID19.LanguageAccess@dhsoha.state.or.us
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