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Monday, December 12, 2022

CCMH Seeing Mostly Mild Cases of Coronavirus

Dr. John Ingram says most cases of the latest strain of coronavirus that are diagnosed at Crawford County Memorial Hospital are causing pretty mild symptoms in recent patients. 

“We’re not seeing it spread like wildfire as we did a couple of months ago. Lots of cases of it. Headache, fever, cough, and people are getting over it fairly rapidly,” said Dr. Ingram. 

He says the virus used to grow in the lungs which is why it could be so dangerous. 

“Our horrible corona has changed to a virus that’s mostly growing in our sinuses and our nasal passageways so it’s just not causing bad pneumonia that it was previously,” said Dr. Ingram. 

He says they do have some immunizations available for the latest omicron variant. 

“They decreased the amount in there. We’re just not seeing the high fevers and all the rest of that we saw with the initial shots for the corona so that has been extremely pleasant and helpful,” said Dr. Ingram. 

Dr. Ingram says the most common side effect of the recent shot is some arm soreness.

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