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Know the symptoms, which include fever, cough and difficulty breathing
Call your doctor if you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms
Stay at home if (1) you show mild symptoms, or (2) you had close contact with someone with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19
The City of Parker has no confirmed cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
If too many people get very sick at once, the response may require more first responders, healthcare staff, laboratory testing and medical supplies than are readily available. This could result in longer wait times for ambulances and emergency rooms, scarcity in testing services and lack of critical hygienic supplies such as masks, gloves and disinfectant for anyone who needs emergency care - not just COVID-19 patients.
Updated 03.18.2020 @ 8:50 a.m.
**The City of Parker has not had a case confirmed as earlier reported. We apologize for the typo error.
How to Get Tested for COVID-19
Our team is in daily contact with local, county and state officials to provide a rapid response to the growing threat of COVID-19. This includes many new or enhanced protocols to protect the safety of our citizens and employees.
Parker Fire Department personnel are implementing additional safety procedures, including: