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Author Topic: Coronavirus, allergies or flu?  (Read 437 times)
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« on: March 22, 2020, 09:40:53 PM »

Here's the difference between COVID-19 and other illnesses

At WindowsNewsInfo Group we care deeply about your wellness and also about keeping you informed. Now, more than ever, we are here to help you navigate through the symptoms of the various infections. Please follow the advice of your appointed officials and above all STAY SAFE!

It's allergy season and we haven't exactly cleared flu season yet, but that hasn't stopped the new coronavirus from spreading throughout the nation and creating a new normal for Americans who are now stuck at home. 

Symptoms of the coronavirus include fever, dry cough and shortness of breath, but those symptoms closely resemble other illnesses, as well. So, how do you know if you have coronavirus or something else?

Dr. Maria Granzotti, chief medical officer at Ascension Texas, breaks down the differences between allergies, cold, strep, flu, and COVID-19 to put your mind more at ease before going to the doctor.


    Runny nose


    Red, swollen eyes

    Itchy eyes

    Itchy nose

    Tickle in the throat

    Rarely a fever


     Runny nose


    Sore throat

    Aches and pains

    Mild dry cough

    Rarely a fever


    Sore throat

    Painful swallowing



    Fever is common

    Dry cough

    Quick onset


    Sore throat


   Sometimes a runny nose

    Sometimes diarrhea

New coronavirus, COVID-19

    Shortness of breath

    Fever (above 100 degrees)

    Dry cough

    Gradual onset (two to 14 days after onset)

    Sometimes headache

    Sometimes aches and pains

    Mild sneezing

    Sometimes fatigue, but itís not predominate like the flu

    Diarrhea is rare


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