If you are experiencing a fever, cough or shortness of breath, a triage nurse will be standing by to take your call. If you think you may have the virus, it's imperative that you call the Owensboro Health Coronavirus Hotline. Here's what you need to know.

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"BEFORE seeking medical care, call the Owensboro Health Coronavirus Hotline if you are experiencing fever, cough and shortness of breath, and think you may have the virus. A triage nurse will talk with you and tell you how to proceed."

"Owensboro Health is operating two drive-thru test sites, but patients must call this number to be screened prior to testing." 877-888-6647

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This number is a great resource for non-emergencies. Inquiries about where to find groceries, household essentials, and contact information of agencies to address community and individual needs will be the focus of this hotline. (270)240-5575

"Daviess County Emergency Management has set up a non-emergency hotline to answer your questions and to direct you to resources over the course of the next few days and weeks. Please call (270)240-5575 and be patient with your call taker. This hotline is for non-life threats and not for seeking medical care. Inquiries about where to find groceries, household essentials, and contact information of agencies to address community and individual needs will be the focus of this hotline. Those with concerns over symptoms or possible exposures still need to contact the COVID-19 hotline at (800)722-5725. If you have an emergency, please call 911 as usual."

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