Discover Your Risk For COVID-19
Are you at low risk, medium or high risk for getting COVID-19?
Why do some people avoid COVID-19, others test positive with no symptoms, and still others end up in the hospital? It’s important to know your individual risk for contracting the disease and contracting a severe case. This can help you determine any extra precautions you may need to take.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) publishes a list of underlying medical conditions that are predictors of your susceptibility to severe illness, including cancer, chronic liver disease, heart conditions, and being immunocompromised. Severe illness is defined as being hospitalized, needing intensive care, or requiring a ventilator to help breathe.
See the CDC’s full list of medical conditions that may indicate severe illness from COVID-19 »