The individual was tested on 3/31/2020 at the
drive-thru Memorial Physician Services Respiratory Clinic in
Springfield, Illinois. At the time of testing she presented with
mild symptoms which have improved. She is currently isolating at
home and receiving no treatment. This individual has no known
history of travel or contact with a person infected with COVID-19.
What to do if you have respiratory symptoms?
The Illinois Department of Public Health urges you to stay home for
at least 7 days after you first became ill, or 72 hours after your
fever has resolved and symptoms are improving, whichever is longer.
You should consult with your health care provider if you have a
fever, cough, trouble breathing, or other flu-like symptoms that are
not better or are worsening after 24-48 hours. You should also
consult with your health care provider if you have mild symptoms and
are pregnant or immunosuppressed or are an older adult with chronic
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If you think you need immediate medical attention,
who should you call?
If you need immediate medical attention, and you think you may have
COVID-19, please call ahead to your health care provider before
going in for care. This will allow them to take the right steps to
protect themselves and other patients. As always, if you think you
are having a medical emergency, call 911 and if you have been
exposed to COVID-19, notify dispatch personnel so emergency medical
services personnel can take steps to protect themselves.
Logan County Data
As dashboard with updated information is maintained by the Logan
County Department of Public Health and is available at
A continually updated map of statewide data is maintained by the
Illinois Department of Public Health and available online at:
[Don Cavi, MS, LEHP
Public Health Administrator
Logan County Department of Public Health]