The Phelps Maries County Health Department released a location where residents could have been potentially exposed to the coronavirus in Rolla.

The department said people who were at the site on the same dates have a low risk of contracting the coronavirus.

Symptoms of COVID-19 include a fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, cough, shortness of breath, headache, sore throat, loss of sense of smell or taste, and generalized muscle aches and pains. 

The department said people who were at Love’s Travel Stop, 3500 Hy Point Industrial Drive, in Rolla, at the following times should self-monitor for symptoms:

— Overnight Thursday, May 7 into Friday, May 8.

— The evening of Friday, May 8.

— Overnight Sunday, May 10 into Monday, May 11.

— Overnight Tuesday, May 12 into Wednesday, May 13.

The department will notify the public if there are any additional locations of potential exposure to the virus. The department urges the public to practice social distancing, limit in-person interactions, avoid contact with people who are sick, cover coughs and sneezes, properly wash hands, clean frequently used surfaces and stay home when sick. 

“It is of the utmost importance that any individual experiencing symptoms isolate from others,” the department said in its public health notice. 

The department encourages anyone who suspects they have COVID-19 or has been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 to call their healthcare provider before seeking care unless it is a life-threatening emergency.

As of 5:15 p.m. Monday, the department has confirmed three positive cases of COVID-19 in Phelps County. There is one probable case of the coronavirus, and three people have recovered from the virus in the area. The department said there had been 814 known negative test results in Phelps County for the virus.