I am coughing, having neck and chest pain, and my throat is sore?

A viral respiratory . Tract illnes can cause this. Stay hydrated. If the neck pain worsens and you have high fevers go to the ER for further evaluation. .
Viral infection. Sounds like you could have a viral infection. Influenza is a possibility so I would see your doctor or urgent care to get that checked.

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