3 New Covid-19 Symptoms: All You Need to Know
The entire world has been suffering from the second wave of Coronavirus. Many countries are also conducting mass immunization programs to return to normal life from the pandemic. Even then, experts are facing renewed concern over the overall Covid-19 situation.
Because in this alarming situation of the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic, three new symptoms have been seen again in the infected patients. But it is not yet clear whether they are due to the new strain of Coronavirus. Health experts including doctors are in danger of the issue.
Since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, it has been considered a symptom of the virus, but three more new symptoms have been added to the second wave, considered to be a change in cold, fever, taste or smell.
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The symptoms identified earlier by the researchers are:
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Repeated shaking with chills
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
The three new signs that demand attention and diagnosis at once:
1. Conjuntivitis/Pink Eyes: A study of 12 patients in China found that conjunctivitis or pink eyes are the new symptoms of developing this Coronavirus. If someone has these symptoms, he will have a pink look in his eyes. As well as the eyes of the person concerned will swell repeatedly and tears will fall from the eyes frequently.
2. Dysfunction of Eustachian Tube/Hearing loss: As a new symptom of developing Coronavirus, experts have reported a decrease in hearing inane patients. A total of 56 people were found to have lost hearing in their ears.
3. Gastrointestinal Disorders: Patients suffering from the second wave of the Coronavirus are also having problems with digestion. The new symptoms show signs such as abdominal pain, nausea or diarrhea.
If one of these three new symptoms appears in someone’s body, he must consult a doctor without wasting time. Also, the person must stay at home and obey the restrictions.
It may be recalled that in December 2019, the first Coronavirus patient was detected in Wuhan, China. Then, on March 11 last year, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Coronavirus a “global pandemic“. The WHO had earlier declared an emergency on January 20 of the same year. The world is now dealing with the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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