Knowledge is power, for you as an individual. Knowledge about our community is the power we collectively need to slow the pandemic. Tracking your symptoms puts the ability to monitor possible coronavirus infection in your own hands. Sharing that information helps public health understand how best to intervene, to support us all. StayHome delivers trusted content, and collects valuable information, to help you, us, and our communities.
You can use StayHome to track your temperature and log upper respiratory symptoms (such as coughing and trouble breathing) you may experience. Tracking your symptoms gives you information you can act on.
CDC Symptom Self Checker
The CDC's Self-Checker is an interactive tool to help you make decisions and seek appropriate medical care for COVID-19.
Currently you need to enter your symptoms again when using self checker, but a future version of StayHome will be able to send Self-Checker the symptoms you've already recorded (with your permission)
Record COVID-19 Testing
You can fill this out each time you are tested, and each time you receive a result. If you are sharing your information, having the result may be important when combined with your symptoms and other information.
Exposure or Travel Risk
Travel is no longer the primary risk for COVID-19, as it spreads within our communities. StayHome lets you track travel, but it also lets you track both brief and longer exposures and keep a record of what happened
Pregnancy, Occupation & Possible Risks
There is little known about COVID-19 and pregnancy. If you are pregnant, and you wish to provide location and contact information, that information may both help us learn more about the impact of COVID-19, as well as provide your information to programs addressing this special situation. Similarly, if you are a health care worker and you share your information, it may help us better understand interventions based on occupation.
Show Trends & History
StayHome takes the data you enter and shows you the trends in your symptoms over time. This helps you monitor your physical wellbeing as the outbreak continues.
Create a Profile
If you include profile information, StayHome lets you choose to share information, either anonymous or identified, with public health agencies responsible for your city/county, state, or country.
While we hope you will share so we can all learn more about COVID-19, you do not have to share any information to use all of StayHome, and you can delete your account and remove all of your information at any time.
StayHome includes a resource directory that gives you direct access to trusted information sources to support your need for accurate information about how to maintain physical, financial, and personal wellbeing during the outbreak.