The Difference Between Symptoms:
COVID-19 vs. Allergies
This year has a lot of people questioning every symptom they experience. Could it be Coronavirus? Or is it just allergies or just a common illness?
Not knowing can be scary, but thankfully there's identifying symptoms for each, which Healthline has been kind enough to elaborate on for everyone. With the impact Coronavirus has already had on the population, being proactive with recognizing symptoms and, if necessary, getting tested, can be a big help to you, your family and your community.

As you'll see below, we lay out some of the most common symptoms of Coronavirus and fall allergies. The symptoms in green are unique symptoms and the symptoms in blue are shared.

For more information, you can refer to the article on Healthline by clicking the button below the symptoms titled 'Heathline - Knowing the Difference in Symptoms'. Furthermore, if you are worried you have been infected with Coronavirus, you should get tested. Find locations that provide testing by clicking the button titled 'Testing Locations'.
Unique Coronavirus Symptoms

Fever and Chills
Muscle and Body Aches
New Loss of Taste of Smell
Nausea or Vomiting
Diarrhea
Unique Fall Allergy Symptoms

Sneezing
Watery and Itchy Eyes
Ear Congestion
Postnasal Drainage
Headache
Shared Symptoms

Cough
Fatigue
Headache
Sore Throat
Congestion or Runny Nose
Shortness of Breath or Difficulty Breathing
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