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Cases of COVID-19 in Connecticut are once again increasing, with the state reporting a seven-day positivity rate of 6.51 percent last Friday. While cases are starting to tick up, pollen counts are also starting to rise, and the first sign of a runny nose or irritated throat may seem like cause for concern. Or is it?
From distinguishing between COVID-19, a common cold and allergies to understanding quarantine guidance, here’s what to know heading through the current wave of the pandemic.