Doctors admit they can’t tell Covid apart from allergies or the common cold anymore
So why the new mandates for masks and vaccines?
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Doctors admit they can’t tell Covid apart from allergies or the common cold anymore – highlighting how mild virus has become
- Covid is becoming so mild that its symptoms now look like the common cold
- Health officials still warn, however, the US is in for another ‘tripledemic’
By Luke Andrews Health Reporter For Dailymail.Com, 18 September 2023
Covid patients are becoming harder to distinguish from those suffering from allergies or the common cold, doctors say.
The most common symptoms of the virus are now sore throat, sneezing or congestion — the same as RSV, asthma or a pollen allergy.
For comparison, in the early stages of the pandemic, Covid had very distinct symptoms – such as a dry cough and a loss of sense of smell or taste.
Dr Erick Eiting, vice chair of operations for emergency medicine at Mount Sinai, New York City, which was hammered hard during the pandemic, said virtually every Covid patient in hospital at the moment was ‘really mild’.
Dr Eiting told NBC News: ‘Just about [every Covid patient] who I’ve seen has had really mild symptoms.
‘The only way that we knew it was Covid was because we happened to be testing them.’
He added: ‘It isn’t [causing] the same typical symptoms that we were seeing before. It’s a lot of congestion, sometimes sneezing, usually a mild sore throat.’
Dr Michael Daignault, an emergency physician in California, added: ‘Especially since July, when this recent mini-surge started, younger people that have upper respiratory symptoms… 99 percent of the time they go home with supportive care.’
By upper respiratory symptoms, he was referring to coughs, runny noses, sore throats, fever and chills.
Doctors say that Covid has become much milder now because now almost every American has immunity against it from vaccination or previous infection.
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller