Despite the convergence of symptoms associated with corona and the mutant that appeared later, recent scientific research has shed light on a new indicator of Omicron infection, which was not previously mentioned in patient data.
According to a study conducted by researchers at King’s College Hospital in London, it was proven that patients were infected with Omicron, after they noticed that their voice had become hoarse and hoarse.
And Dr. Angelique Coetzee indicated that the five most important symptoms of Omicron are: runny nose, headache, fatigue (whether mild or severe), sneezing and sore throat.
Coetzee explained that 50 percent of people infected with Omicron were affected by the three traditional symptoms of the Corona virus, which are fever, cough, and loss of smell or taste, according to the British newspaper, “Mirror”.
And a report by the American newspaper “Washington Post” indicated that most of the vaccinated people who contract the emerging coronavirus show symptoms ranging from mild to moderate.
These symptoms include a sore throat and muscle pain, as well as a decrease in body temperature, which are not always similar to what appears on unvaccinated people.
In the event that the vaccinated individual feels ill, or that he has been exposed to a possible infection, experts recommend that he be tested as soon as possible, whether in the laboratory or through quick examination tools at home.