Flu or Virus?
Here's a great little article on how to tell if you have the flu or have contracted the COVID-19 virus. Follow the source link and watch some of the videos below to learn how to tell the difference.
Hay fever or coronavirus: How to tell the difference between allergies and Covid-19 symptoms
“The tree pollen season started on 5 April, as predicted, and we are seeing high counts already from the birch trees,” Dr Adams-Groom said.
“With the appearance of the sun, we’ve also had a huge surge in springtime pollen, causing many of us to question whether our symptoms are hay fever or coronavirus”.
If an individual has hay fever and asthma, they may also experience a tight feeling in their chest and shortness of breath, in addition to wheezing and coughing.
If you have a high temperature, “this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)”.
You can ease your hay fever symptoms by taking measures such as putting Vaseline around your nostrils to trap pollen, wearing wraparound sunglasses when you’re outside to stop pollen from getting into your eyes.
and showering and changing your clothes when you come inside to wash the pollen off.
It sure would be nice to know whether you have the flu or COVID-19. If you have flu-like symptoms, it might be just that. Watch some of the videos below and learn how to tell the difference. It might just keep you on the right path to figuring out what you should do.
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