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Signs and Symptoms of Covid-19 you should know and safety measures

With over three variations of covid 19, we all need to be aware that it is still alive and well, and that we should be aware of the indications and symptoms to check for.

This dreadful cancer has claimed the lives of loved ones, coworkers, friends, and well-wishers during the last year and a half. Even with the development of several vaccines, it continues to cause havoc in our society.

If you recall, the general population was better aware of the pandemic's symptoms at the time. Though you may have a fever, cough, or headache if you have covid 19, you may also have these and other respiratory symptoms if you have another illness or chronic disease.

The SARS-CoV-2 virus causes Covid 19. This virus is spread from person to person and can cause mild to severe sickness, with the elderly being the most vulnerable.

The signs and symptoms of covid 19 most commonly affect the respiratory system, but they can also affect other regions of the body, with the following being the most common:

1. The presence of a fever or chills

Because the body is fighting the disease-causing organism, high temperatures or chills are common symptoms.

2. Coughing

Most persons who have had it have reported a dry cough with little or no phlegm.

3. Respiratory ailments

Breathing problems, such as shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, a sore throat, nasal congestion, and occasionally a runny nose

4. You may also experience headaches, fatigue, muscle or body pains.

5. New aversion to taste, odor, or both

It's sad that many people who underwent covid 19 are still having trouble regaining their sense of smell and taste.

6. Other gastrointestinal symptoms include diarrhoea, nausea, and vomiting.

I've already described some of the most prevalent signs and symptoms. So, the best approach to stay safe from covid 19 is to get vaccinated and practice precautionary measures such as wearing a face mask, maintaining social distance, and regularly washing your hands. Make an effort to eat healthily and keep stress to a minimum.

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