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4 Newfound COVID-19 symptoms

Newfound symptoms are officially announced, along with the three official ones in the study. 

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Newfound symptoms are officially announced, along with the three official ones in the study. 

The new symptoms of Covid-19 are continuous cough, fever, and loss of a sense of taste and smell. Researchers emphasize isolating themselves if the official three symptoms are shown. 

However, researchers claimed if the additional four symptoms they had identified were included, estimated three-quarters of symptomatic infections could be picked up.

Loss of senses of taste and smell

People who tested positive for Covid-19 have suffered from anosmia, loss of senses. This is the classic symptom to appear; this results in smelling and tasting things differently. Some of the patients suffer explained rotting smell. However, doctors say that sudden loss of sense is rare in sinus infection or cold. However, experts say a sudden loss of both senses is rare even with a blocked nose or sinuses. Moreover in Covid-19 symptom has been known to occur without any blocked nose at all, and is a key sign you should get a test.

The newfound symptoms of loss of taste and smell are more often reported by adults aged between 18-65 than by the elderly or children, according to the Zoe Covid app, This age group tends to report more loss of smell (55%) than the elderly or kids (65-plus 26% and under-18s 21%).

Researchers say it is important to point out that same age groups may be more capable of noticing and reporting loss of smell or taste, so it can be important to test for these changes.

New, continuous cough

The NHS says ‘continuous’ means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours. The persistent cough is the newfound symptom of Covid-19 as it would be difficult to evaluate in people who have a constant cough. However, symptom is more often reported by adults aged between 18-65 than by the elderly or children, the Zoe Covid app study of a sample of 4,182 individuals with positive test results found. The imperial study claims that children were less likely to report cough or fever compared to the adults. 

High fever

Researchers say that it is one of the first symptoms to appear and disappear fastest. The NHS says a fever means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back. The health service advises you do not need to measure your temperature. However, in both children and adults, a temperature of 38C is considered to be a fever. To check temperature in children touchback or chest of child and note that is it hotter than usual. According to the Zoe app researcher, 40% of people reported having fever in the first 7 days with other symptoms including loss of taste and smell.  

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