Do I have COVID-19?

Kyra Garabedian

Graphics Editor

Photo via the Los Angeles Times

It’s that time of year again where the perfect Fall temperatures slip away and we brace ourselves for a cold winter. We all know this also means germs will spread faster leading to many of us feeling under the weather with illnesses ranging from the common cold to the flu. In past years, the general rule was that we keep a distance from others and try to not touch our faces when around people who are sick. We all know this year everything is different, and this is only the beginning.

As with many things during this unusual time, we find out we are not prepared for certain situations until we are facing them head on. With the COVID-19 pandemic becoming increasingly more intense