Is it cold, the flu or Covid-19? Experts explain the difference

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Do you have a sore throat, a runny nose and muscle aches? It could be a common cold, a case of the flu  or Covid-19.

The illnesses all share similar symptoms, sometimes making it hard to distinguish which is putting you under the weather.

Case rates of Covid-19 have been on the rise as the Omicron variant has spread, but hospitalization numbers appear to be staying relatively low. For vaccinated people, evidence suggests that infection with this variant seems less likely to be severe, epidemiologist and former Detroit Health Department executive director.. Read More

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