What is a dry cough?Having a dry cough doesn’t mean you have the coronavirus. Here is what your dry cough could mean.Ohio resident Amy Driscoll told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” she had tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing severe symptoms.Driscoll, 48, said she was at work one day when she experienced chest pain, accompanied by fever and a “very heavy” dry cough.”It was quite the experience,” Driscoll said. “I wasn’t prepared to be sick. When I got sick, I really wasn’t thinking about it, and I went from being, you know, doing my everyday life, and, 10 hours later, I was really suffering, struggling to breathe, struggling to take a deep breath.”CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE”It was just really quite scary, and unlike anything I’ve ever had before,” she explained.”My heart was racing. When I woke up from having fallen asleep on the couch after I had gotten home from work, my heart was just racing, kind of all over the place, and I just really struggled to get a deep breath in. My chest hurt terribly, and it felt like I had a vice grip around my chest. It was really not like anything I had ever had before,” Driscoll explained.What is a dry cough?According to the WHO, the most common symptoms of Covid-19 are fever, tiredness and a dry cough.A dry cough is a signal of respiratory

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