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Assess your symptoms
Complete the NHS 111 online coronavirus assessment if you think you have coronavirus symptoms.
The NHS 111 online coronavirus service allows people to check if they have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). Anyone can visit 111.nhs.uk/COVID-19, answer a few questions about their symptoms, and find out what to do next. At the end of the survey, people can also sign up to other digital services including the isolation note service, or learn more about coronavirus on the NHS website.
The service was launched on 26 February 2020. We continue to work with other parts of the NHS and the health and care system to ensure the coronavirus service remains up-to-date. This includes changes in response to new scientific information, government guidance and public health strategies.
The NHS 111 online coronavirus service directs users to NHS.UK for more detailed information and advice.
This service is an alternative to obtaining a GP fit note (sometimes referred to as a ‘sick note’) to prove that you or a person you care for was instructed to self-isolate.
Support offered by text message to people with symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19).