How Well Do You Know The Symptoms?

by media relations November 18, 2020

How Well Do You Know The Symptoms?

The transition between winter and fall can be tricky when it comes to protecting ourselves from getting sick. During the pandemic, it is even more of a challenge because it can be extremely confusing to distinguish between a common cold, flu, and the ultimate Coronavirus. Something that we can monitor and use to distinguish between these three categories are the symptoms. It is extremely important that we are well aware about the symptoms of each and opt for the correct health care when it is required. We have put together some important information that would help you distinguish between the symptoms of Coronavirus, the common cold, and flu.

Coronavirus: The most common symptoms for coronavirus are dry cough, fever, and loss of taste and smell. There are also symptoms that might occur sometimes such as fatigue, aches and pain, sore throat, headaches and shortness of breath.

Common Cold: The most common symptoms for the common cold are sneezing, aches and pains, runny or stuffy nose and sore throat. Sometimes fatigue and loss of smell and taste can be a symptom too.

Flu: The most common symptoms for flu are flu, fatigue, aches and pains, and headaches. Sometimes symptoms can also occur as runny or stuffy nose, sore throat, and loss of taste and smell.

(Source: Alberta Health, Health Canada, WHO)

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