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Beacon Health System has launched a free Coronavirus hotline for Michiana residents

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Beacon Health System has started a new phone screening program for the Coronavirus that is free to use for Michiana residents. The hotline is meant for people who have symptoms of COVID-19 and are concerned they may have been exposed to the virus.

When calling the hotline at 855-523-2225, callers with speak with a Beacon professional that will answer questions related to symptoms, recent travel, or possible exposure to people that have tested positive for the virus.

Based on the answers given, callers will be referred to an appropriate level of care for further evaluation if necessary.

As always, anyone that is experiencing life-threatening symptoms should instead call 911.

The hotline is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day and is available to anyone, not just Beacon patients.

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JLyn 19 days ago
This is CRAP! A relative had all of the symptoms but when she had her virtual appt, the question asked were
" Have you traveled out of the Country?" she said "No" They asked "Have you been exposed to anyone who has been confirmed to have COVID-19?" Her aswer was "No, but I deal w/ around 5000 customers a day and any one of those customers could have had it" But because she answered No to both questions they told her she was not eligible for the test! She has been sick for over a week now!
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