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Allergy & Asthma Network frequently publishes and updates medically reviewed articles regarding asthma and COVID-19.

For people living with a chronic condition like asthma, the COVID-19 pandemic has created many questions. Allergy & Asthma Network has been working to answer those questions since the beginning of the pandemic.

Do you have asthma or allergies and are struggling to understand if your symptoms could be from COVID-19? We looked at asthma, allergies, and COVID-19 symptoms – where they overlap and where they don’t.

Do you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine for people with asthma? We have reviewed the vaccine for asthmatics. We also created information about the COVID-19 vaccine for children

Have you been diagnosed with COVID-19 and want information on treatment? We have created a resource to help you understand monoclonal antibody infusions and what you need to know about the COVID-19 pill.

Are you wondering if face masks are safe for people living with asthma? We explain face masks and whether they are safe for people with asthma.

Are you a parent to a school-aged child worried about your child with asthma going to school? Are you a school nurse wanting to plan to manage asthma and allergies during the pandemic? We have created tools to look at managing these concerns for students at school.

Do you have questions about what the COVID “long-haul” is? Do you want to understand long-haul symptoms and management? We have broken down what is meant by the COVID long-haul, what to expect, and where to seek treatment.

Do you have questions about the flu shot and asthma during the COVID-19 pandemic?  We have answers to your questions about Flu Shot and Asthma During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Who needs the flu shot, importance of flu shot in people with asthma, COVID-19 and flu vaccine recommendations, and prevention for people with asthma

Do you have questions about whether your symptoms are seasonal allergies or COVID-19? We have information for you to help you understand the difference in symptoms, when to get tested and seek care, and more.

For Hispanic/Latino people with asthma, we have developed a whole virtual conference. This six-part series explores asthma and COVID-19’s impact on the Hispanic/Latino community. The first three sessions are recorded. We also look at involving the Hispanic/Latino community in research and answer their questions.

We also developed a whole virtual conference to discuss issues important to the Black community. The six-part Black People Like Me virtual conference took place in early 2021 and is recorded. The conference focused on asthma and COVID-19 and what questions people want answered.

Allergy & Asthma Network is committed to continuing to develop medically reviewed content to address your questions during the pandemic. We understand COVID-19 is ever evolving. As things change, we will continue to update and create content to help you understand COVID-19 and how it affects people living with asthma.