The new COVID mutant strains, including the Brazilian and Kent species, are relatively strong and have the ability to cause more symptoms and more deeply attack vital organs. Current research, which is carried out by hospitals across India, found that people who are now positively diagnosed with the virus report different viral symptoms that are different from the signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
According to doctors in Gujarat, patients now suffer from viral symptoms including abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and even a cold. The absence of common symptoms, such as fever and cough, prompts doctors to warn patients to visit, even if they do not show classic symptoms.
Other symptoms that were more common in COVID + were arthralgia, myalgia, gastrointestinal complications, weakness and loss of appetite.
Interestingly, unusual signs and early detection of vague symptoms other than COVID or Cough were highlighted during the second phase, the third wave of infections occurring in the UK and the country. In other Europe in recent months.