National Resource List for COVID-19 testing,  treatment, and information

National source repository: Aunt Bertha


Most people will not have symptoms severe enough to warrant being admitted into the hospital. Health professionals are suggesting to treat the symptoms of COVID-19 the same as you would treat the flu:

  • Make sure you stay hydrated
  • Reduce your fever with Tylenol
  • Sanitize and clean surfaces
  • Monitor your symptoms to make sure you do not get worse or your symptoms do not progress

If your symptoms are severe such as:

  • a high fever (100.4 or above) and the fever won’t go down even with medicine
  • trouble breathing
  • persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • new confusion or inability to arouse
  • bluish lips or face

This list is not all-inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning.

Older adults (over 60) and people who have severe underlying chronic conditions such as heart or lung disease and diabetes seem to be at higher risk of developing serious complications. If you are at higher risk, you should contact your health care provider EARLY, even if your symptoms are mild.

Medication delivery services

Most major insurance carriers have pharmacy delivery as a member benefit:


For COVID-19 Testing, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends contacting your state health department.

**For a list of COVID-19-specific resources published by your state health department, including COVID-19 hotlines and other contact information, see our state-by-state list.**

Insular Areas (Territories & Freely Associated States)

American Samoa Government Department of Human and Social Services

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation

Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health

Puerto Rico Department of Health (Departamento de Salud, Gobierno de Puerto Rico)

US Virgin Islands Department of Health

Republic of the Marshall Islands Ministry of Health and Human Services*

Federated States of Micronesia National Government, Department of Health and Social Affairs


* The Republic of the Marshall Islands Ministry of Health and Human Services does not currently have a website but does maintain a Facebook page.