Rhinovirus

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Rhinovirus

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Rhinovirus (Common Cold) is one of over 100 distinct RNA viruses that most often cause the common cold. Infection is transmitted by direct contact, aerosol inhalation, or indirectly by contaminated objects (fomites). Symptoms include dry scratchy throat, headache, nasal congestion, sneezing, and malaise...but then, you knew that!

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A back-of-tie "Awareness Note" and a source citation are incorporated in the pattern design, which reads:

"RHINOVIRUS (Common Cold) is one of many distinct RNA viruses that most often cause the common cold. Symptoms include dry scratchy throat, headache, nasal congestion and malaise. Infection is transmitted by direct contact or inhalation, or indirectly by hands and contaminated objects."

"Design based on images courtesy of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia."

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