This information sheet is for people who have COVID-19. It explains how to look after yourself at home and how to get help if you need it.
You might have:
Keeping a daily record of symptoms might help you work out if you are getting better or worse.
Call 000 and tell the operator you have COVID-19.
Tell a family member or friend you have COVID-19. Ask them to call you at agreed times each day so that they know you are OK. If you don't answer, they should call 000.
If you cannot get food and essentials, call the
NSW Health COVID Support Line on 1800 943 553.
The only reasons you can leave your home are for
urgent medical care or in an
emergency, such as avoiding injury from domestic violence. You must wear a face mask, stay 1.5 metres away from other people, and travel directly to and from the location.
Agency for Clinical Innovation
Dr Nigel Lyons, Deputy Secretary, Health System Strategy and Planning, NSW Ministry of Health.
Public and primary health care.