Month: December 2020

Symptoms of RSV in Babies

RSV is an infection of the upper respiratory tract and the lungs. It is extremely common in young children, but adults and older children can also catch RSV. While it is a very manageable illness, there are no specific treatment options or vaccines to stop it. AFC Urgent Care Vernon has information regarding symptoms and …

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Can you Treat Acute Bronchitis?

Bronchitis can feel like a never-ending cough. It can take up to ten days to clear up, and with COVID-19 looming around every corner, adding Bronchitis into the mix can leave you feeling exhausted. AFC Urgent Care Vernon has the answer to help you treat your acute Bronchitis this flu season. Since many illnesses stem …

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Older couple wearing masks during the cover-19 pandemic and celebrating Christmas in 2020

4 Ways To Prepare For Christmas During COVID-19

Ready for another COVID-19 restricted holiday? This time, you should be planning for smaller gatherings and limiting your chance of exposure. New COVID-19 cases have been reported throughout Connecticut and there are over 45 locations that have high cases of the virus around the U.S. Governor Lamont has kept us in Phase 2.1 since early …

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Image of a little girl receiving a pcr nasal swab test for COVID-19. AFC Urgent Care Vernon offers multiple COVID-19 tests for Vernon residents in our communities

Many COVID-19 Testing Options For Past and Current Infections. How do I know which one makes sense?

People often talk about COVID-19 testing like it means only one thing. But in reality, approval agencies from around the world have granted emergency-use authorization to more than 200 different tests meant to detect a current or past infection from SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. As testing increases and options for COVID-19 have become …

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