Symptoms of The New Virus Infection
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Just like any other illnesses, COVID-19 has symptoms that you can monitor to avoid prolonging its infection within our bodies for a long period of time.
On the other hand, let us all take note that the symptoms of this disease might vary from one person to another depending on how or where they got the virus. Hence, there are common symptoms that we consider that might appear to ANYONE who will be infected with this. These common symptoms are:
- Flu or High Fever - is a symptom that refers to the eventual increase of the normal body temperature. For humans, body temperature should not exceed 35.5 and above to consider a person to be in a normal condition.
- Dry Cough - is a symptom that refers to a cough that produces minimal to no phlegm at all. This cough often causes irritation to throats and shortness of breathing.
- Body Pain - is a symptom that best describes the lack of energy or tiredness of a person commonly known as fatigue or muscle pains.
- Chest Pain - is a symptom that refers to the severe contraction of heart that causes shortness of breathing or tightness of certain chest areas.
Thus, besides these common symptoms, there are some mild or fewer symptoms to also consider in predicting the disease.
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Should you feel any of the above symptoms at some point, DO NOT PANIC! Instead of making conclusions and false assumptions, it's advisable to call for help by a health practitioner or medical expert or assistance available in your area to assess your condition accordingly.
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Disclaimer: Please note that we can only pass on general information and cannot make any guarantees or be liable for any consequences of your decision making or behavior. Use good common sense and ask your healthcare provider or physician for advice.
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