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The COVID-19 outbreak is a rapidly evolving situation. If you have questions, call Columbus Public Health at 614-645-1519

 

Stay at Home Advisory
for the City of Columbus and Franklin County
Issued: November 20, 2020
Ends: December 18, 2020

Read the Advisory in Spanish, Somali, Nepali, Chinese, French, Bhutanese

COVID Test Sites

Find a Test Site Near You

View our map to find a test site near you. Some locations require an appointment, and most do not require physician referral.

Click here to find a test site

COVID reports

Reports

See our interactive reports on COVID-19 cases including data on age, race, sex, hospitalizations, and ZIP codes

Click here to see our interactive reports  
(Best viewed on a laptop or desktop)

COVID Resources

Resources Download information and materials on COVID-19, including for businesses, health care providers, community services and organizations, and more. 
Click here to view our resources

COVID Portal

Coronavirus Portal

Our comprehensive portal for Coronavirus information including testing sites, reports, fact sheets and other downloadable resources. 

Visit our Coronavirus Portal 
(Best viewed on a laptop or desktop)

Positive Cases & Close Contacts

Residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 or who are close contacts of a positive case may experience delays in receiving a call from a health department due to an increase in cases. While waiting for public health to call, please take the following steps.

If you have tested positive: 
- Isolate yourself immediately. Isolation periods are generally 10-20 days, depending on the severity of symptoms.
- Stay home except to get medical care.
- Let your employer know you have COVID-19.
- Notify your close contacts so they can self-quarantine. 

If you are a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case: 
- Quarantine for 14 days from your last contact with a COVID-19 positive case.
- Stay home except to get medical care.
- Monitor yourself for symptoms.  If you develop symptoms, get tested. 

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