A Tale of Two Viruses: Rapid Flu and COVID-19 Tests in the Urgent Care Setting

A Tale of Two Viruses: Rapid Flu and COVID-19 Tests in the Urgent Care Setting

JUCM has been fortunate to be on the forefront of research on SARS-CoV-2, from a headline-making article entitled Chest X-Ray Findings in 636 Ambulatory Patients with COVID-19 Presenting to an Urgent Care Center: A Normal Chest X-Ray Is No Guarantee way back in May 2020 right through this issue. The latest COVID research article we’re pleased to present focuses on infection rates of influenza type A/B and COVID in a federal qualified healthcare center in …

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SARS-CoV-2 and Influenza Type A/B Infection Rates: A Report of a Federal Qualified Health Care Center-Urgent Care Department During Omicron Wave In Rhode Island

SARS-CoV-2 and Influenza Type A/B Infection Rates: A Report of a Federal Qualified Health Care Center-Urgent Care Department During Omicron Wave In Rhode Island

Urgent message: Influenza types A and B have demonstrated a pattern that increases patient volumes in urgent care centers during “flu season.” But the COVID-19 virus, including its different variants, continues to have different patterns throughout multiple waves and has shown to overcome/oppress other predictable viruses. Cesar Mora Jaramillo, MD, FAAFP, FCUCM Citation: Jaramillo CM. SARS-CoV-2 and influenza type A/B Infection rates: a report of a federal qualified health care center-urgent care department during Omicron …

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