If you have recently (within the last 2 weeks) begun to experience profound fatigue such as the feeling of having heavy arms or legs, or find yourself gasping for breath during normal activities like walking, making the bed, or fixing breakfast, this could be a symptom of COVID-19. Do not go to work. Instead, you should inform your supervisor that you may be sick, stay home, and isolate yourself completely from others including members of your own household. Call your doctor immediately and arrange to be tested for COVID-19. If you do not have a doctor, you can get tested at one of several testing sites provided by the Department of Public Health (DPH). Anyone in the State of California can now obtain a free COVID-19 test at their local DPH. Click here for more information on where to get a free test. Your COVID-19 test will only be valid if performed within 7 days of the onset of symptoms (PCR test). If you suffer from a sleeping disorder, heart condition, or other medically diagnosed problem associated with chronic fatigue and the current problem does not represent a worsening of the chronic problem, you may report to work as usual provided that you do not have any other 'Yes' answers on Part I the Questionnaire. If the fatigue has been going on for more than a week or if you cannot arrange to be tested until 8 or more days after the date the fatigue started, do not get tested; instead, completely isolate yourself from others until two weeks following the date that the fatigue began. If your symptoms worsen or if you develop difficulty breathing, go immediately to the nearest hospital emergency department as these could be symptoms of a life-threatening medical emergency.