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Health officials warn of possible COVID-19 exposure at Plattsburgh bar – WPTZ

Health officials warn of possible COVID-19 exposure at Plattsburgh bar



it’s very important to differentiate between a common cold and the coronavirus, especially during a season when the flu is just as prevalent. In case you needed a friendly reminder. Here are some key differences between the common cold and covid 19, according to medical news today, in comparison to the common cold, COVID 19 has a longer potential incubation period, causes more varied symptoms and has a higher risk of complications and fatality, the Times of India reports. A shortness of breath is common with Covid 19, but not the flu. Pharmacy Times reiterates this and reports the loss of sense of smell or taste is very prevalent with the coronavirus, but not so much with the common cold, the most telling differences whether you have a temperature or not, the Sun reports a temperature is not common with the cold, but is one of the NHS’s key covid symptoms. To look out for an interesting developing differences. The treatment between the two medical news today says there is no treatment for the common cold. But as we all know, the Covid 19 vaccine is well underway, with Forbes reporting 5.3 million people already vaccinated across the country. When in doubt, check yourself out and go and get tested. Yeah,

Health officials warn of possible COVID-19 exposure at Plattsburgh bar

Patrons of a Plattsburgh bar are being warned of possible COVID-19 exposure. Officials with the Clinton County Health Department on Friday announced that anyone who visited Retro Live on Feb. 20 between 6 and 10 p.m. may have been exposed to the virus. Health officials are asking anyone present during that period to self-monitor for symptoms of the virus:fevercough congestionchillsloss of tasteloss of smellAnyone experiencing these symptoms should contact their medical provider or visit an urgent care center, according to a release from the Health Department.

Patrons of a Plattsburgh bar are being warned of possible COVID-19 exposure.

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Officials with the Clinton County Health Department on Friday announced that anyone who visited Retro Live on Feb. 20 between 6 and 10 p.m. may have been exposed to the virus.

Health officials are asking anyone present during that period to self-monitor for symptoms of the virus:

  • fever
  • cough
  • congestion
  • chills
  • loss of taste
  • loss of smell

Anyone experiencing these symptoms should contact their medical provider or visit an urgent care center, according to a release from the Health Department.

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