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The CDC tripled the number of symptoms of coronavirus

The centers for control and prevention of diseases (CDC) has tripled the number of symptoms that can signal the presence in patients of the coronavirus, including muscle pain, headache and loss of taste and smell.

According to reports, in addition to the previously discovered key symptoms such as shortness of breath, dry cough and fever, the CDC has included in the new list, which became known thanks to the constant work of scientists and physicians on research of dangerous diseases.

On the website of the CDC stated that in addition to the above symptoms, joined by chills, trembling of the body and pain in the throat, was recently discovered atypical respiratory disease condition like loss of taste and smell. All these symptoms appear two to 14 days after infection with coronavirus.

The important factor is that the overall list was joined recently discovered symptom, known as “fingers COVID” is purple ulcers on the toes, similar to lesions during the disease chickenpox or measles. Such sores occur mostly in young adults. In addition, it was reported about two symptoms of the coronavirus, which earlier became known to the doctors – it’s conjunctivitis, and diarrhea.

In addition to rapid proliferation, the danger of coronavirus is that for some people the disease can be fatal, and in others it is asymptomatic. On his web site re the CDC warns that the elderly and patients with concomitant chronic diseases is still vulnerable COVID-19 is much stronger than the others.

According to research, a quarter of 619 patients with coronavirus, surveyed by the American Academy of otolaryngology, said a loss of taste or smell, as one of its first symptoms.

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