The health and safety of patients and staff is our highest priority. Here is what UI Health Care is doing to support Iowans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Have symptoms? Or worried you have COVID-19?
If you are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, use our MyChart self-checker to determine your next steps.
COVID-19 symptoms may include:
Any of the following:
- Fever of 100.0° F or greater
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Sore throat
- Loss of taste or smell.
Or at least two of these symptoms
Headache, unexplained muscle pain or body aches, and chills
Clinical Trials currently in progress
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