Staying Healthy: Coronavirus

There are many ways to protect your health. Throughout the year, and through the COVID-19 pandemic, we want you to stay healthy.

If you have a fever, cough, and a cough, we don't want you to get sicker. Before coming to Chase Brexton, please email us via your secure patient portal -

Due to high patient phone call volume, using is a great, secure, and easy way to get in contact with your provider. If you prefer to call, please dial: 410-837-2050.

Common symptoms of COVID-19 can range from mild to serious. If you have mild to moderate symptoms, it is best to contact us, stay home, and follow the instructions below. 

  • Fever or feeling feverish
  • Dry, unproductive cough
  • Trouble breathing

See below for ways to take care of yourself if your symptoms are mild or moderate. You can also check your symptoms on the CDC's symptom checker. If your symptoms become more severe - a fever over 103, severe coughing, or severe trouble breathing, call 911 and tell them you suspect COVID-19.

What to Do When You're Sick with Mild or Moderate Symptoms of COVID-19

prevent illness, wash hands, stay home


We know you're worried - we get it. If you have mild or moderate symptoms of COVID-19, due to the limited number of tests, stay home and rest.
Here are Some Tips and a Symptom Checker
prevent illness, wash hands, call us


Before coming to Chase Brexton, contact us. Due to high-call volume, we suggest emailing your provider via our secure patient portal: Your health care team will help you and work on a treatment plan, set up appointments if needed, and be able to give you the support you need, so you don’t have to be exposed to other illnesses by leaving your home. If you prefer to call, dial: 410-837-2050
Contact Your Health Care Team:
prevent illness, wash hands, cover cough


Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing. Throw the tissue away immediately after use.


Take your temperature if you feel feverish. If it is over 100º, contact us or go to urgent care. If it is over 103º, go to the emergency room OR call 911.


When you feel better, it is best to stay home for at least 3 more days to be sure you are healthy.