The vast majority of patients with COVID-19 will have mild symptoms and require no treatment.
If you suspect you have COVID-19, you should isolate for 7 days after illness onset, or 72 hours after resolution of fever (without taking fever-reducing medications) and improvement of respiratory symptoms, whichever is longer. Isolating is critical to protecting the health of our community.
If you suspect you have COVID-19 and you have risk factors for serious disease or want to seek additional help:
- Call: St. Luke’s Nurse Triage Hotline, this free service is available 24/7 at 218.249.4200
- Visit: slhduluth.com/eCare for a free visit, using COVID19
- Visit: St. Luke's Respiratory Clinic
- If you are having a medical emergency, call 911.
The test for COVID-19 has limited quantities. St. Luke's is following the Current Testing Guidelines from the Minnesota Department of Health.
St. Luke's Status Updates:
- Updated Clinic, Emergency and Inpatient Visitor Policies are now in place.
- View a full list of Status Updates.
Learn more about COVID-19:
- How it Spreads
- Symptoms and Risk Factors
- When to See a Doctor
- Precautions to Take
- Testing, Diagnosis and Treatment
Additional Coronavirus (COVID-19) information: