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    Mar 24, 2020

    Is It Coronavirus Or Allergies? Our Interactive Symptom Tracker Can Help

    Being able to identify your symptoms can help you stay informed and protect your health — and the health of those around you.

    Note: This video’s data was up to date as of publishing on March 24, 2020. Visit our COVID-19 info hub for the newest information.

    Are your symptoms more associated with the coronavirus or a common cold? Our interactive symptoms tracker uses data from the CDC to help you see where your symptoms align.

    Only a doctor can diagnose you, so if you have any symptoms please speak with a medical provider. Remember to self-isolate if you think you might be sick to reduce the risk of spread.

    Tap on the video above and answer questions to learn more about coronavirus-related symptoms, like fever or a dry cough, as well as symptoms more commonly associated with a cold or allergies, like sneezing.


    You can also tap to learn more about symptoms.


    For many people, symptoms they are experiencing may be more commonly associated with allergies, a cold, or the flu.


    Use our symptoms tracker to get informed, but be sure to consult a doctor if you feel that your health may be at risk.

    Get more COVID-19 coverage here, and take our interactive COVID-19 quiz here.