With the surge in different coronavirus mutations and the ever expanding list of COVID-19 symptoms, it has become all the more important to stay vigilant and aware of not only the severe but mild and unusual symptoms of SARs-COV-2. That said, latest reports have yet again suggested seven new symptoms of COVID-19 that differ from the most common three symptoms, ranging from fever, dry cough to loss of sense of smell and taste.
While people are already aware of the most common symptoms of COVID-19, experts suggest a broader look into the spectrum of ailments caused by the deadly disease. The limited focus on just the classic symptoms poses great risk of spread and more danger to the health of the most vulnerable. That said, the local health officials in Warrington, Cheshire, United Kingdom, have listed down a set of seven new COVID symptoms.
– Sore throat
– Muscle aches and joint pain
– Skin rash
– Discolouration of fingers or toes
The new coronavirus mutations, traced back to the UK and the South Africa are more contagious than the originial strain- meaning that there are higher odds of infection spread, transmission and symptomatic infection.
The new strains are also said to be more dangerous for the ones in the healthier age group.