What's the difference between Coronavirus, flu, and cold symptoms? - Today's Mama

What's the difference between Coronavirus, flu, and cold symptoms?

An infographic that explains it all!
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Coronavirus mania is in full swing in our community. Our state has implemented a social distancing protocol for the next two weeks. Schools are starting to close, group activities are canceled, professional sports are done for.

Meanwhile, symptoms of all kinds are abundant. Spring allergies, the common cold, kids with fevers, stomach bugs, and the fear of Coronavirus are spreading fast. 

As a parent, how can you tell the difference? Here's an infographic to help you sort it out!

Corona Virus Symptoms Infographic

Stay healthy out there!

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