Recovering or caring for someone at home
While there’s still no cure for COVID-19, most people experience mild symptoms and can safely recover at home. The most common way the coronavirus spreads is from person to person, at a close distance. So if someone in your household is experiencing symptoms or has tested positive for COVID-19, it’s important to take extra precautions to avoid spreading it to anyone else.
What to do if you or your family need to quarantine at home
If you or someone in your household has symptoms or has been diagnosed with COVID-19, download Kaiser Permanente’s home quarantine guide to learn what you can do to care for yourself and your household and stop the spread of the virus.1
PDF (76 pages): English
Home quarantine resources
Help coping with COVID-19
Right now, it’s especially important to care for the whole you — mind, body, and spirit. We have many digital tools and articles to help your physical and mental health.
- Visit our emotional wellness center for self-care tips, tools, and guided meditations.
- Read articles on how to manage lifestyle changes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
1The information provided includes references to supplies and materials that are being sent to Kaiser Permanente members enrolled in Kaiser Permanente’s COVID-19 prevention program. You can follow all of the guidance using your own supplies and materials.