Spring fever, spring is here at last. But what to do if spring fever manifests into what may be an actual fever? Springtime is finally upon us, bringing warmer weather, spring sports, gardening, picnics and cherry blossoms with it. After a cold, dark winter, we can venture out on that hike, go on that bike ride, feel the sun on our faces, put our noses in those flowers … Bam. Allergies. For millions across the U.S., seasonal allergies are nothing new. But as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and its evolving strains, like the Omicron variant, waking up with a runny nose after a day on the trails with friends carries a whole new meaning. So, you’re unsure whether your symptoms warrant monitoring the pollen count or self-isolating? Here’s what you need to know.