I have symptoms of COVID-19 but tested negative on an antigen test. What should I do?

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 but you test negative on an at-home antigen test, isolate and take another test to confirm your result. Seek a PCR test immediately if available; otherwise, use an antigen test 24 hours after your first test. If the second test is negative, you no longer need to continue isolating. If you have questions, consult a health care provider.