COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus

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Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Epidemic Orders effective 11/18/20

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Public Guidance's from the State of Michigan


**WHAT TO DO IF YOU TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID-19**

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In Grand Traverse County you can get tested for COVID-19 at:

  • Northwest Michigan Health Services (231-642-5292): By appointment only.  Please leave a voicemail and they will return your call.
  • Rite Aid (231-943-9288). No doctor recommendation is needed.  Online scheduling is required: https://www.riteaid.com/pharmacy/services/covid-19-testing 
  • Munson’s Foster Family Community Health Center (231-935-9269):  At this location, a provider's note is required and only those with symptoms may be tested.
  • Walgreens in Traverse City: The one located at Chum's Corners. An appointment is required.  No doctor's recommendation is needed.  An online assessment tool will ask you some questions and then allow you to schedule an appointment: https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/covid19/testing/consent
  • Crystal Lake Clinic (5191 Rosewood Dr., Traverse City, 231-922-0667): Symptomatic or asymptomatic. Telehealth visit required.  You do not have to be a current patient and can usually provide a same-day test. They will bill insurance or $55 if no insurance. Appointment preferred or can drive-up and call from the parking lot.
  • The Walk-In Clinic (3074 US-31, Traverse City, 231-929-1234): Schedule online www.thewalkinclinic.biz

Munson has put together some information specific to their testing location here: 

You can also locate testing sites throughout the State of Michigan HERE

Sign up for our GTCHD Email Bulletins HERE.  

Find Grand Traverse County COMMUNITY Updates HERE.

Potential Community Exposures can be found on our Daily Case Update via Facebook.

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SYMPTOMS

The most up-to-date symptoms of COVID-19 from the CDC

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU THINK YOU ARE SICK? 

A helpful decision making tool from the Michigan Department Health and Human Services for potential exposure:

I think I have been exposed to COVID-19, what should I do?

IF you are not seriously ill, we ask that you remain home, take care of yourself, and stay away from others. Find our more about caring for yourself at home here:

Steps to take while at home sick from the CDC

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO TO PROTECT YOURSELF?

  • PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING - in other words, stay away from groups of people and try to remain at least 6ft away from others. 
  • Work from and stay home if you can.  Follow orders from officials including Governor Whitmer regarding group gatherings: https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/
  • Avoid close contact with sick people.
  • Wash your hands frequently and well: use soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • If soap and water is not available, use an alcohol based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60-95% alcohol.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze. Also avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, as this is how germs spread.
  • Disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a bleach based household cleaning spray or wipe.  These are products certified by the EPA to clean COVID-19.
  • Call ahead to your Healthcare Provider if you have a serious respiratory illness (most COVID-19 infections will not be serious).

WHAT PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) SHOULD YOU USE? 

  • Governor Whitmer's Executive Order 2020-153 requires any individual who leaves their home or place of residence to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth:

    1. When in any indoor public space;

    2. When outdoors and unable to consistently maintain a distance of six feet or more from individuals who are not members of their household; and

    3. When waiting for or riding on public transportation, while in a taxi or ridesharing vehicle, or when using a private car service as a means of hired transportation.

Q:  Do employees who interact with the public have to wear a face covering?

A:  Yes.  An employee who works indoors at a stores or other business that is open to the public is an "individual" who is in an "indoor public space."  As such, the employee must wear a face covering unless he or she fits within a narrow exception specified in the order. 

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ADVISORIES, DIRECTIVES AND FORMS: 

**PUBLIC HEALTH ADVISORY FOR TRAVELERS HEADING NORTH**

*EMERGENCY ORDER (GT-2020-01)
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