The birch pollen season is in full swing. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, we measured 71,171 and 1626 birch pollen grains per cubic meter of air. People allergic to birch pollen should remain cautious because densities may still increase due to the sunny weather.
Typical allergy symptoms such as runny nose, cough or shortness of breath (in case of asthma) can easily be mistaken for a cold, flu or coronavirus infection. However, fever and body aches should be given special attention as they might be caused by viral infection. It is recommended to call your general practitioner in case of doubt.
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