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2 charts show how Omicron symptoms differ from Delta and past coronavirus variants

Girl takes test after getting COVID-19 symptoms on January 4.Brittany Murray/MediaNews Group/Long Beach Press-Telegram/Getty Images Sore throats and runny noses are increasingly common in vaccinated people with Omicron. But Omicron patients report fewer instances of fever, cough, and loss of taste or smell. The charts below show which Omicron symptoms are most common, and how they compare to prior variants. Almost as soon as Omicron started spreading, doctors noticed slight differences in the...
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Omicron infections often start with a scratchy throat, doctors say — evidence of the changing nature of COVID-19 symptoms

Dr. Carlos Ramirez conducts an examination on Juan Perez, 50, in Oakland, California, on May 12, 2020.Jessica Christian/The San Francisco Chronicle/Getty Images Sore throat appears to be a common, early symptom of an Omicron infection. Patients in South Africa, the UK, and the US reported scratchy throats prior to other symptoms. Omicron could infect the throat before the nose, unlike other variants, some experts say. At the end of December, Dr. Jorge Moreno and his colleagues were monitoring...
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When should you take a COVID-19 rapid test if you only have one? Experts suggest waiting for symptoms or hours before your next party.

Aaron Salvador swabs his nose with a COVID-19 rapid antigen test kit in Washington, DC, on December 29, 2021.Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc/Getty Images The best time to take a rapid test is right before you see vulnerable people or a large group. Some disease experts also recommend waiting until you develop symptoms when testing is scare. If you're symptom-free, but had a recent exposure, you can wait 3-5 days for a test, experts said. COVID-19 rapid tests are flying off the shelves at p...
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When should you take a COVID-19 rapid test if you only have one? Experts suggest waiting for symptoms or your next big party.

Aaron Salvador swabs his nose with a COVID-19 rapid antigen test kit in Washington, DC, on December 29, 2021.Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc/Getty Images The best time to take a rapid test is right before you see vulnerable people or a large group. Some disease experts also recommend waiting until you develop symptoms when testing is scare. If you're symptom-free, but had a recent exposure, you can wait 3-5 days for a test, experts said. COVID-19 rapid tests are flying off the shelves at p...
Tags: Science, London, News, US, Trends, Washington Dc, Delta, Norway, Symptoms, Biden, Exposure, Abbott, Campbell, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, King s College, Yale School of Medicine


Campsites throughout California shutter to limit coronavirus spread

Milly Johnston, 7, gives her brother Kieran, 9, and his friend Charlie Marinelli, 10, a push in their hammock at their campsite in Leo Carrillo State Park on Wednesday, April 4, 2018. In order to stay the week the family and friends, from Carlsbad, had to pick up and relocate their camp to make their reservation work. Registration is six months in advance for California’s reservation system, ReserveCalifornia. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) Pack up the tents, put away t...
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Wildflower etiquette: Stay on the trails, and don’t stop traffic

Take pictures of the wildflowers. Just don’t take pictures in the wildflowers! That’s one of the main messages that wildlife and park officials across Southern California are trying to get out this spring as they anticipate a great season for wildflowers following abundant winter rain — and large crowds turning out for the colorful display. Sitting or lying down to take a selfie or even walking off an established trail can damage both existing flowers and the next generation that would have grow...
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Can changes to state camping reservation system help with cheating, frustration?

Eugene Eckis has memories from just about every campsite along California’s coastline. The San Dimas resident remembers in the ’80s, even into the ’90s, when you didn’t have to make reservations for a beachfront site. Through the decades, he’s had outdoor adventures from camping spots in San Diego up to the redwoods near Humboldt, and everywhere in between. But now, the prime California camp spots are so in demand — and there are reports of reservation cheating and stories of frustrated people w...
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Is new California campsite registration system flawed? Some say ‘cheating’ makes high-demand spots like Crystal Cove harder to get

Krystal Kirkendoll has one beach vacation she looks forward to every year — spending a few days at a quaint Crystal Cove cottage tucked between Newport Beach and Laguna Beach — a nice relief from the hot Kentucky summer. Like many others, she’d typically scramble to score a spot when a month of reservations opened six months in advance. And while it took determination and fast fingers, for the past decade she’s always been able to get a cottage for her California getaway. Until recently. Califor...
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The Bachelor In Paradise Bartender Is Speaking Out About The Incident That Ended The Show

Bachelor In Paradise fans won't get to see their favorites find love on the island this year, and now, BiP 's bartender is speaking out about the incident that ended production on season 4 of the reality series.As reported by E! News, Wells Adams was crowned Bachelor In Paradise 's new bartender, following the departure of season 2 and 3's drink slinger Jorge Moreno, who gave an "emotional farewell" early into filming season 4. Adams was a fan favorite on JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelore...
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Longtime Bachelor In Paradise Bartender Had Just Been Replaced — By THIS Bachelor Nation Alum! See What He Has To Say On The Controversy!

Looks like Wells Adams is ready to weigh in on the drama. In fact, the Bachelor In Paradise alum has some insight into the controversy surrounding the ABC hit as he was actually down in Mexico with the season 4 cast as the drama was unfolding! We know what you're thinking: no, Mr. Adams was never announced as a contestant for this season of the Bachelor spin-off. Related: Chris Harrison Breaks His Silence Following BIP Scandal However, it appears as though the radio DJ was flown down to join the...
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