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With the current knowledge, intra-nasal corticosteroid sprays can be continued in allergic rhinitis and during the pollen season at recommended dose. Stopping local intra-nasal corticoisteroid sprays is not advised as immunosuppression has not been proven and more sneezing after stopping them may lead to more spreading of the coronavirus. Moreover; unnecessary SARS-COV 2 testing and doctor´s visits may be avoided by sufficient treatment of allergic airway problems; since patients may confound allergic induced nasal symptoms and cough with signs of virus infection.

Last updated 03 April 2020
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