These 2 common symptoms are most common in omicron patients

The Omicron variant is spreading faster than the delta variant of Covid-19 (COVID-19). However, based on various studies conducted so far, it is said that the risk of hospitalization and death in Omicron is much lower than in delta. In view of all this, it is wise to avoid omicrons. This is because it spreads 4 times faster than the delta. Tell all of you that the symptoms of omicron are similar to the symptoms of a cold.

In fact, a study conducted so far has revealed that the new variant is very light, but symptoms such as mild fever, sore throat, excessive body pain, night sweating, vomiting and loss of appetite can be a sign of the presence of omicrons in the body. Now, based on the findings of various studies between all of them, 2 symptoms have been reported which are visible in most people. In fact, according to a study published in The Sun, 2 symptoms of omicron include runny nose and headache, which is most commonly observed. On the other hand, Irene Peterson (Irene Peterson), professor of epidemiology and health informatics at University College London, says that runny nose and headaches are symptoms of many other infections, but can also be symptoms of COVID-19 or Omicron. Yes, if someone sees these 2 symptoms, he should undergo his covid test.

20 symptoms of omicron (Top 20 Omicron symptoms)
1. Sneezing
2. Runny nose
3. Persistent cough
4. Headache
5. Sore throat
6. Fatigue
7. Hoarse Voice
8. Chills or shivers
9. Brain Fog
10. Dizziness
11. Fever
12. Changing fragrances
13. Eye pain
14. Chest pain
15. Loss of appetite
16. Lack of fragrance
17. Sharp muscle pain
18. Inflammation of the glands
19. Weakness
20. Skin Rashes


What to do when symptoms appear - If you feel any of the different symptoms of omicron mentioned above, don't just think of it as a simple cold or flu. Get your covid test done as soon as you see it and stay away from the housemates till the report comes.

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