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James O’Loan, CEO and Pharmacist at Chemist4U said: “With Covid infections and the pollen count both on the rise, asking yourself if you have hay fever or COVID-19 certainly isn’t a silly question.

“Allergic rhinitis (hay fever) and COVID-19 both affect the respiratory system, with some similar symptoms, such as a loss of smell or a new cough.”

Fortunately, there are certain telltale signs that can help you spot the difference between coronavirus and hay fever.

Apart from Covid sneezing mainly occurring in vaccinated patients, other underlying symptoms could help give it away.

Source: Daily Express

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