A male in his mid-80s presented to the emergency department with complaints of fever and cough for 6 days. On presentation, the patient was febrile to 38.7°C (101.6°F), tachypneic to 26 breaths per minute, and coughing. A portable chest X-ray was done (Figure 1) that revealed bilateral peripheral infiltrates. Chest computed tomography was performed as well and it confirmed multiple areas of peripheral bilateral infiltrate (Figure 2). The patient was ultimately diagnosed with coronavirus disease.