The Omicron variant threw a monkey wrench into many families' holiday plans. Reports of new cases are in the five figures in the state of Ohio routinely, and many had to alter or cancel their gatherings due to outbreaks of COVID-19. Donna Skoda is the commissioner of the Summit County Health Department, and she joined guest host Jeanne Destro to talk about the symptoms of COVID-19, especially Omicron. She talks about how to parse the difference between this variant and the common cold and allergies, and how soon one should take a test. On the topic of testing, many are wondering where to find tests, as there are shortages all over the country.