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Assess your symptoms
Complete the NHS 111 online coronavirus assessment if you think you have coronavirus symptoms.
People who use the NHS 111 online coronavirus assessment will have an option to sign up to receive texts from the NHS. If the person has symptoms, and are self-isolating, they can receive texts asking questions about how they are feeling. The texts may also include links to surveys and other services when they are available.
How this works
When using the NHS 111 online coronavirus assessment, if you have symptoms then you can choose to receive text messages.
We, or our partner organisations, will send you texts that:
- ask questions such as how you are feeling
- provide information about services
- invite you to take part in surveys and other initiatives related to coronavirus
- suggest apps and websites which may be of interest to you
Your information will also be used by NHS Digital and other organisations for coronavirus research and planning.