The COVID 19 Eliminator was established to perform contact tracing at times of high demand for state and local health authorities.
To control the spread of COVID 19 in our communities, it is important that anyone exposed to COVID 19 be traced, and their symptoms tracked over time.
Contacts entered here are notified almost instantaneously. Once notified, each contact can be assessed and tracked for symptoms. The earlier symptoms are caught, the easier they may be to treat, and to prevent future infections.
Countries that succeed in controlling COVID 19 do so by isolating every COVID-19 case, and tracing their contacts. This services allows states and local health authorities to rapidly scale their capacity and to regain control.
According to the CDC, COVID 19 symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People can be exposed to the virus without even knowing it, because some people do not show symptoms. If you have these symptoms in any combination, you may have COVID-19, and you should consider getting tested.
If you know you were exposed, within four days of the onset of symptoms from the person you were exposed to, you should have self-quarantined and isolated yourself. You should also have reported your contacts so they can be traced, warned, and followed up.
Call your healthcare provider, or seek emergency care immediately if experiencing shortness of breath, symptoms of stroke or cardiac arrest.