Normally by April, most seasonal colds and flu have run their course, and allergies take over as the main culprit for causing coughs and sore throats. COVID-19 might ease up slightly along with rising temperatures in the Kansas City area, but experts don't think the disease will turn out to be just a seasonal problem.
Friday, April 03, 2020
Kansas City Springtime Won't Kill Coronavirus As Local Hay Fever Awaits
Knowing the difference betwixt allergies and COVID-19 could spares locals a great deal of heartache given that HALF of the people walking around KCMO during April are stuffy and have red eyes . . . Here's more bad news regarding the ongoing pandemic: