Not feeling well after Thanksgiving in the US

Not feel well after the Thanksgiving holidays , a lot of things could be happening to you medically.  In the Fall, the trees drop leaves.  With fall rains mold can causes allergies.  With no rain you have dust develop from the leaves and dry ground.

Next, Your home heat is now on.  The air filters in your house could be full of dust, pollen and not working well.  Your home air is dryer with the heat on this increases the dust.  Here are the factors:

Thus there are many factors that can cause you to not feel well.  Next, for these reasons, many people don’t feel well after Thanksgiving.

Be active and check your local allergy levels and the CDC and state reports

Should I Isolate if exposed to the Flu or Covid?

Quick answer – Yes – 5 Days

At this point, life in the U.S. has largely returned to a pre-pandemic normal. While the COVID-19 public health emergency is over.  The mask mandates are gone.  Lastly, offices and schools are open again.  With late fall here, Covid and the Flu are on the rise.

One hallmark of the pandemic remains in place:

  • The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) directs anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 to isolate themselves from other people for at least five full days.
  • Furthermore wear a high-quality mask, such as an N95 or KN95, around other people when indoors for an additional five days is a great idea!

Help Stamp out Covid and the Flu get vaccinated! 

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