What are the Common Symptoms of Omicron Variant of Coronavirus? Check it Out!

Will it relieve your heart if I say that the new COVID infections are somewhat mild? If it does, don’t be relieved, it’s even worse. The new Coronavirus variant Omicron has mild symptoms but it’s way more devastating than the previous covid infections.

Researchers all around the globe are working hard to find out the answers to their questions about the deadly variant but one thing that we know is that its mild symptoms can cause dangerous consequences which are why people should be aware of it. But to protect yourself and your family you must know what the variant’s effects look like, so here are the symptoms which are the harbingers to ask you to get alert.

  • The basic symptoms of COVID included fever or chills, cough, runny nose, headache or muscle aches and they also appear in the new variant infections but are way milder.
  • If you feel issues like congestion, sore or scratchy throat and your body aches really bad, then you must get checked. The Omicron patients feel a lot tired and their body lacks energy which can be due to various reasons but it’s an alert sign during this time.
  • A very mild loss of taste and smell has been noticed in people infected with the Omicron Virus. They are sometimes neglected by people but ignoring these basic symptoms can make you regret that a lot. So get checked if you feel any of it.
  • Vomiting or nausea are common symptoms. Moreover, it is a respiratory disease so if you ever feel shortness of breath anytime, it’s very dangerous.

According to the current estimates, unvaccinated people are nine times more prone to severe illness than vaccinated ones. So getting vaccinated and boosted is necessary for the current scenario. With corona evolving the people also need to evolve. Be a little vigilant, if you notice even a single mild symptom don’t neglect it and get tested.

And even if you are vaccinated, get a booster but still stay alert.

Mask Up and let’s begin the must-win battle against this new Variant of COVID-19, Omicron.

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