Experts say the list of coronavirus symptoms should be updated

Experts say the list of coronavirus symptoms should be updated
Experts say the list of coronavirus symptoms should be updated

One study found that 75 percent of people who experience new cold-like symptoms have symptoms suggestive of a coronavirus, up from 50 percent last week. The data showed a reduction in the number of non-Covidra symptoms and an increase in the number of symptomatic coronavirus infections.

In the UK, the number of symptomatic cases has risen by 33 per cent in one week. The study also found that while the number of cases in the 55- and younger age group appears to be slowing, the number of cases in the 55-75 age group is rising sharply, although the rate of increase is no longer exponential in terms of the number of new cases.

Experts say that as 75 percent of new cold-like symptoms are caused by a coronavirus, while classic symptoms are less common, the list of symptoms needs to be updated urgently, so they want symptoms such as a sore throat, headache, and runny nose as soon as possible. would be added to the list.

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