If you are experiencing poor health then take the test.
It will help you distinguish between coronavirus, flu and colds.
This test does not guarantee the presence of the disease by 100%.
The test tells the difference within symptoms of three illnesses: colds, flu and coronavirus. According to your answers, the system determines which illness characterized the most by your symptoms. You should only take the test if you have been feeling ill for the last three weeks. In case the healthy person will be tested, the results show “cold” and rarely “flu”.
If you have previously experienced headaches occasionally, but do not feel it now, the answer “often” should be given only if you start to experience headaches more often than usual. This test does not take into account your anamnesis and does not contain information about the individual characteristics of your body. Therefore, you should respond by referring to your state of health over the last 3 weeks, taking into account the previous few months.
This test does not ensure a 100% result and made for informational purposes only. If the test result shows that you have coronavirus, you should remember that this is just a hypothesis. The final diagnosis should be made by a qualified healthcare professional!
Have you had close contact with someone who has been suspected of or who has coronavirus?
How often do you experience a dry cough?
How often do you have a body temperature above 38 degrees?
How often do you have runny nose?
How often do you experience sore throat?
How often do you experience a respiratory failure (shortness of breath, extreme difficulty breathing)?
How often do you get headaches?
Do you often experience muscle aches?
How often do you sneeze?
Do you often feel weak and exhausted?
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The test is created according to research from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States. This test is made with an informative purpose only so you should not accept the results of this test as a true diagnosis. Only the real doctor can make the right diagnosis.
We get information from two different sources, so the map and overall statistics may differ. There are some differences, but the overall picture of the disease in the world is not affected.