Ômicron variant, done Corona Virus, has a slightly different behavior in the human body, if compared to previous versions of the virus. Recently, the ZOE Covid study app listed two unusual symptoms associated with Ômicron that you may not have heard of yet.
A preliminary analysis of the positive cases showed that some of those infected with the new strain had vomiting and anorexia.
According to Tim Spector, professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London and chair of ZOE Covid, these are common symptoms in people who have received doses of the covid vaccine and those who have received booster doses.
“Many of them experienced nausea, a cool temperature, sore throat and headaches,” he said.
Tim Spector’s team was among the first to identify loss of smell and taste as symptoms of covid-19 early in the pandemic.
The most common symptoms of microns
As the variant spreads and more cases are evaluated, new characteristics of the disease it causes are discovered. So far, the most common symptoms of a micron infection are coughing, fatigue, congestion, and a runny nose, according to a CDC analysis of the first 43 cases investigated in the United States.
In some cases, vomiting has also been reported as a symptom among those with the variant, according to the report.
Recent preliminary studies indicate that micron appears to cause a milder profile compared to the delta formula, mainly because it does not tend to attack the lung. Research not yet peer-reviewed provides evidence that the strain is restricted to the nose, throat, and trachea.
Due to this specific characteristic, the variant also initially caused symptoms that end up being ignored by many people. See the link below:
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