Coronavirus symptoms, influenza and allergy. What are the differences?

Coronavirus symptoms, influenza and allergy. What are the differences?

What are the differences between coronavirus symptoms to flu (influenza) and allergy symptoms?

Why should we know it?

To avoid going to the hospital for no reason… did you know that health services are a important focus points for contamination? You didn’t want to get out there with coronavirus symptoms, do you?

Therefore, learn the difference in these symptoms in the infographic below created in Mind the Graph, the infographic maker for scientists and academics.

Coronavirus symptoms. What are the differences to flu and allergy?
Coronavirus symptoms. What are the differences to flu and allergy?

Coronavirus (Covid-19) symptoms are more intense and serious than the others. Include high fever, cough, shortness of breath and may also include tirednsess, aches, runny nose and sore throat.

On the other side, flu (influenza) virus also can give fever cough, sore throat and runny noise, but also give generalized pain in muscles, joints and headaches.

Allergies symptoms include sneezing, cough, runny noise and also irritated eyes.

Be alert for the coronavirus symptoms! And good health for everyone.

To read more, here are a few other coronavirus (Covid-19) posts in Mind the Graph blog:

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Fabricio Pamplona is the founder of Mind the Graph - a tool used by over 400K users in 60 countries. He has a Ph.D. and solid scientific background in Psychopharmacology and experience as a Guest Researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry (Germany) and Researcher in D'Or Institute for Research and Education (IDOR, Brazil). Fabricio holds over 2500 citations in Google Scholar. He has 10 years of experience in small innovative businesses, with relevant experience in product design and innovation management. Connect with him on LinkedIn - Fabricio Pamplona.