There's a difference between COVID-19, allergy symptoms

With the arrival of fall and another round of seasonal allergies, doctors are again warning about confusing an allergic reaction with a COVID-19 infection. Dr. Casey Mabry, with Ascension St. Agnes Health Primary Care, said irritating allergy symptoms may linger, but the causes behind them -- summer vs. fall -- differ.

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