Here’s the COVID-19 Case Count for NH, ME, MA on March 25
As of Wednesday, March 25, here are the latest number of coronavirus cases for New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts.
The WMUR report re-states the symptoms might appear in as few as two days or as long as 14 days after exposure. Symptoms include fever, cough, difficulty breathing.
The CDC says you may have a COVID-19 emergency if you have difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, confusion other than 'normal' forgetting and blueish lips or face.
In better news, according to an article in the Washington Post, the coronavirus is not mutating as it circulates through humans, which means the the virus is less likely to become MORE dangerous as it spreads and also, researchers can create a long-lasting vaccine rather than changing it every year like they do the the flu.
Remember the flu? The every year, common flu? Geesh.... Never thought I would long for the days of the "regular every day flu."