These are the difference between allergies and Covid-19

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Seasonal allergies may scare you into thinking that you have Coronavirus. We have compiled a list of key differences between the two.
Seasonal allergies may scare you into thinking that you have Coronavirus. We have compiled a list of key differences between the two.
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Coughing, sneezing and an itchy throat? It may leave you worried about whether or not you have contracted the coronavirus these days. But as the seasons change, you may find your body reacting to tree pollen, grass, or indoor dust that may be floating in the air.  

Spring is approaching and allergy season is upon us, when plants bloom and produce more pollen into the air which may result in you having an itchy nose, watery eyes and a lot of sneezing.

To complicate things further for allergy sufferers, we are in the middle of a global pandemic and currently fighting the coronavirus third wave. But although symptoms of an allergy may be slightly similar to those of Covid-19, it is important to know the key differences between the two.

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