Some people experience feelings of anxiety and panic attacks during times of high stress, such as we are living through now with the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why it’s important to understand the differences, and similarities, of symptoms of panic attacks compared to symptoms of COVID-19.  Panic attacks, though uncomfortable while they are occurring, have an abrupt beginning and a specific end, usually within 30 minutes. But if you have a persistent fever and dry cough or trouble breathing, call your doctor or visit .  

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