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COVID-19 resources

Oswego Health
110 W. 6th St.
Oswego, NY 13126
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If you are experiencing symptoms of cough, fever or shortness of breath, please call your primary care provider or the Oswego County COVID-19 Hotline at 315.349.3330.

Oswego County residents can now self-report positive at-home COVID-19 test results and COVID-19 exposures, and request isolation and quarantine documentation through an online portal.

Report a Positive Home COVID-19 Test Here(please also report your positive home test to your primary care provider)Report a Positive Laboratory COVID-19 Test Here
You isolate when you are sick or you have tested positive, even if you don’t have symptoms.

The severity of coronavirus symptoms can range from very mild to severe. People who are older or have existing medical conditions, such as heart disease, may be at higher risk of serious illness. This is like other respiratory illnesses, such as influenza.

It's important to call ahead of time rather than coming to a medical facility. Calling ahead directs you to the most appropriate care and allows precautions to protect yourself, other patients and healthcare providers.

We have the tools to fight COVID-19 and variants

  • Vaccines remain the best public health measure to protect people from COVID-19, slow transmission, and reduce the likelihood of new variants emerging
  • Masks offer protection against all variants
  • Tests can tell you if you are currently infected with COVID-19

Protecting our patients

Throughout this pandemic, Oswego Health has taken every precaution to keep our staff, patients, and facilities safe. It is because of your diligence following established infectious disease prevention protocols that we have managed this pandemic and been able to care for our community.

The CDC has categorized Oswego County Transmission rate (specific to healthcare) as "substantial". Please note that CDC guidelines follow current transmission rates, not community levels and differentiate practices based on transmission rates. Per CDC guidelines masks are optional at this time for all healthcare settings.

To view our visitation policy, please visit the visitor information page.

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