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Cleveland Clinic launches free coronavirus online screening tool

The Cleveland Clinic announced on Thursday that it has launched a free coronavirus (COVID-19) online screening tool.

With testing still limited, the Cleveland Clinic has launched a free coronavirus (COVID-19) online screening tool.

Those using the tool will be prompted to answer a series of questions regarding their symptoms and travel history in order to help determine their risk of COVID-19. Following the questionnaire, they'll receive their most appropriate care recommendation.

The questions are all based on guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Individuals can access the tool by following these steps:

The Cleveland Clinic is only one of a handful of hospitals in the country and the first in Ohio to use this tool.

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