Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources

UNC Health is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and State health officials to monitor the outbreak of the respiratory disease coronavirus/COVID-19. The situation is evolving rapidly, so the best resource for the latest information is the CDC website. Here we will provide updated information as it relates to UNC Health and our affiliated hospitals, and our preparations, as well as tips for staying healthy.

For the most current information please visit UNC's Coronavirus resource pages.

What to do if you have COVID-19 symptoms

If you are concerned you have been exposed or have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19), click the purple COVID-19 questions? Ask me button on the bottom right of unchealthcare.org

COVID-19 questions? Ask me button on the bottom of unchealthcare.org's homepage

This will bring up the COVID-19 Help bot. Click on the Symptom Checker button. This will lead you through some questions to determine if you need medical follow-up.

You can also call:

  • Your primary care provider
  • CommWell Health's COVID-19 Hotline at 1-910-567-7114 to schedule an appointment to be tested at their Four Oaks and McGee's Crossroads locations.

If you are having difficulty breathing, call 911 or seek immediate treatment.

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Fact Sheets from the CDC:

You’ve tested positive for COVID-19. Now what?

Monoclonal antibody therapy is a treatment option for some COVID-19 patients. Monoclonal antibodies, or mAbs, are lab-produced molecules that help your body fight off illness. Monoclonal antibodies can restore, boost, or imitate your immune system’s response to the virus by replacing your natural antibodies. Antibodies are produced by your immune system to protect your body from things like viruses.

Learn more about Monoclonal Antibody Therapy