If you test positive, there is a short window of time to pinpoint who else might have the virus before they could lose their health and their job. If you identify who you were in contact with, you can stop the virus in its tracks and help protect your family, friends and loved ones.
Doctors, nurses and health care workers are putting their lives at risk to care for people who need it. They need our help. Contact tracing stops more people from getting sick, so hospitals don’t get crowded, doctors and nurses can stay safe, and every patient gets the attention they need.
Please answer the call from our contact tracers and care advocates. LOU HEALTH will show up on your caller ID. You don’t have to wait for us to call. If you have recently tested positive or are waiting for test results, were in close contact with someone who tested positive and you aren’t sure what to do, or for any concerns about your ability to isolate, call the LOU HEALTH COVID-19 Helpline: 502-912-8598. The helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Language translation services are available.