How do symptoms of Covid change with new variables
Not just more fever and loss of smell. Often sore throat and hoarse voice. These are the most common symptoms among those who develop the new disease Variable Omicron. Vaccination and no. Analysis provided by Zoe Health study foundconfirming the prevalence of symptoms that differ from those most common at the onset of a pandemic, particularly the more severe delta variant, in patients affected by the latter variant.
Covid variants, new symptoms
Among the first sample of patients tested, between June 1 and November 27, 2021 (when the delta variant was dominant) and the second sample between December 20, 2021 and January 17, 2022 (when the first variant of Omicron was already precipitated), the first relevant component was Interesting lies in the frequency hospitalization. Of the more than 62,000 tests examined, the likelihood of hospitalization was significantly lower in people who contracted Omicron. But not only. there virus permanence In patients with the delta variant, the median is 8.89 days, which drops to 6.87 days for those with Omicron.
then there The nature of the symptoms. Farewell to anosmia, which appeared on average only in 20% of omicron cases. But also other serious symptoms such as fever, headache and eye fatigue, which were very frequent at the time of the delta variable.
But what does this difference depend on? Omicron is found less frequently in the lower respiratory tract, where infection can cause more severe symptoms. Therefore, even with the possibility of greater spread, this last variant, unlike Delta, does not attack the organs and respiratory tracts.
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Sub variants of Omicron
But there are those who warn about variants of Omicron. In contrast to the first, which appeared between the end of 2021 and 2022, in the new sub-variables it is easy to notice the appearance of more serious symptoms.
to studyImperial University of London – Still under review – Confirmation of reduced incidence of loss of smell and taste, in the new variants, is contrasted by the increasing number of reports complaining of symptoms similar to colds and flu. Research that made use of data from reaction -1, a widespread survey in the United Kingdom, collected COVID-19 home tests from nearly 1.5 million participants between 2020 and 2022, and analyzed differences in symptoms between variables and subvariables. Although smaller, therefore, in the Omicron sub-variants, the risk of rest time of daily activities.
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