Coronavirus vaccines provide significant protection against COVID-19, but the risk of infection remains. The main symptom in people with the disease is Frequent sneezing.
ZOE COVID Symptom Study, Report express… As the research team explained, sneezing is not usually a symptom of COVID-19 and is most likely a sign of a common cold or allergy, but it can also be a symptom of coronavirus in people who have been vaccinated. has been applied.
“While many people with COVID-19 may sneeze, this is not the ultimate symptom because sneezing is very common, especially during the warmer months when people can experience hay fever,” the scientists said.
As a reminder, symptoms of coronavirus disease are: high fever (fever), chills or tremors, persistent cough, loss or change in smell (anosmia), loss or change in taste (dygeusia), headache, tiredness, sore throat soreness, sudden confusion (delirium) especially in the elderly, skin rash, changes in the mouth or tongue, red and painful fingers or toes, shortness of breath, chest pain, muscle pain, hoarse voice, diarrhea, Skipping meals, stomach pain, runny nose.
Researchers recommend that if any symptoms of coronavirus appear, stay home and get tested for COVID-19, even if the person has been vaccinated.
Note also that due to the mutation The main symptoms of coronavirus have changed… So, if earlier people often complained of cough, loss of taste and smell, now the most common symptoms of this disease are headache, sore throat, runny nose and fever.
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