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New symptoms of the corona virus:
Gastrointestinal symptomsCovid 19 can cause mild gastrointestinal symptoms, including loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
These symptoms may only last for a day, and some patients with Covid 19 develop symptoms such as diarrhea and nausea before developing fever and respiratory symptoms.
Skin changes :
For younger people who have a less severe Covid-19 infection, they can develop painful, itchy lesions on their hands and feet, an inflammatory skin condition that resembles plague.
This condition is sometimes called “Covid toes” and usually lasts 12 days. However, new research indicates that these injuries could simply be an infection caused by lack of physical activity and lack of warm socks during the ban phase, and not due to Covid 19.
Eye problems :
Covid 19 can cause eye problems, such as enlarged and red blood vessels, dilated eyelids, hyperemia, and increased secretions.
The infection also causes irritation and sensitivity to light, and these symptoms are more common in people with severe infections.
The World Health Organization has warned of the danger of the second wave of Corona, and experts say the safety protocols used to reduce risks during the COVID-19 pandemic can help protect you from colds and flu in the fall and winter. and explain that colds, flu and COVID-19 are all spread by droplet transmission.
As health authorities prepare for the cold and flu season that will coincide with COVID-19, experts encourage the public to continue practicing good hand hygiene, physically distancing and wearing masks to not only prevent Covid 19 but also colds and flu.
The cold, the flu, and COVID-19 are all respiratory viruses, and Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, said there are subtle differences between them, but they all transmit equally and have the same symptoms.