Omicron Symptoms: Corona’s new variant Omicron has raised the concerns of doctors. Actually, Corona cases have exploded due to Omicron. Every day lakhs of corona cases are coming to the fore. At the same time, talking about Omicron, the new variant of Corona may be quite different as compared to Delta, but its positivity rate is very high and the symptoms are also different in this variant as compared to Delta. At the same time, health experts are repeatedly advising people to pay special attention to the symptoms of Omicron, so that Omicron cases can be prevented.
George Moreno, Assistant Professor at the Yale School of Medicine in the US, described a symptom associated with Omicron that first appears in people.
Symptoms in patients
Assistant Professor Jorge Moreno said that Omicron-positive people showed symptoms of sore throat, followed by severe pain in swallowing. This was the first symptom seen in corona patients.
At the same time, according to a report, Ryan Notch, CEO of Discovery Health of South Africa, said that Omicron patients usually first complain of a sore throat, followed by a sore throat. Closure, dry cough and body aches. However, Professor Moreno (CEO Ryan Notch) says that a sore throat often goes hand in hand with sinus congestion and headaches.
According to experts, even among people who have had both the vaccines, Omicron Variant Positive Patient (Omicron Variant Positive Patient) is facing the problem of sore throat. At the same time, it has been found in the report that Omicron infection first lives in the saliva of the mouth. This is the reason that in the rapid test, accurate information can be obtained from the throat.
At the same time, it was warned by the doctors earlier as well. Sore throat is seen in 15 percent of younger Omicron patients. Apart from this, problems like fatigue, headache and loss of appetite were also found in them.
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