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Have a cough? How to tell if it is fall allergies or the coronavirus

As people in the United States spend time outdoors taking in fall’s colorful foliage displays and begin to hunker down at home in preparation for the cooler weather that’s to come, runny noses and stuffy sinuses are likely to return to many peoples’ lives. And with worries over COVID-19 running high, that could cause further complications and confusion with symptoms.As peak season for fall allergies looms for parts of the United States, the country eclipsed a grim milestone of more than 7 million COVID-19 cases, more than any other nation in the world. According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, over 33 million people globally have contracted COVID-19.President of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Dr. J. Allen Meadows told AccuWeather’s On-Air Meteorologist Marvin Gomez that seasonal fall allergies can begin as early

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