Recognize and Beware! 3 New Symptoms of People Infected with Coronavirus - Teknoiot

24 Mar 2020

Recognize and Beware! 3 New Symptoms of People Infected with Coronavirus

Recognize and Beware! 3 New Symptoms of People Infected with Coronavirus - Coronavirus is a scary virus. Symptoms are almost similar to flu in general. Those infected with this virus, symptoms can include dry cough, fever, and shortness of breath.

Patients can be said to be positive or not suffering from COVID-19 after 14 days of feeling symptoms of being infected with the Coronavirus.

There are more severe symptoms of Coronavirus infection, which is pneumonia.

Pneumonia is a fluid or pus condition that infects the lungs and experiences shortness of breath, cough with phlegm, fever, and even chills.

Recognize and Beware! 3 New Symptoms of People Infected with Coronavirus
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According to a report from the Journal of the American Medical Association, as many as 98 percents of people with COVID-19 have a fever, 76 to 82 percent of dry cough, and 11 to 44 percent experience fatigue.

Lately, there are other symptoms of someone being exposed to the Coronavirus.

Reporting from the Daily News, NBA basketball player, Rudy Gobert, tested positive for Coronavirus by showing other symptoms, namely loss of sense of smell and taste.

As reported by, three symptoms are considered new when someone is exposed to the Coronavirus on Tuesday (3/24/2020).

Recently, this doctor discovered other symptoms. Patients who are indicated to be infected with the Coronavirus have lost their sense of smell.

Reporting from the New York Post, losing the ability to smell is a significant warning sign that someone is exposed to the Coronavirus.

These symptoms were not demonstrated by previous COVID-19 patients.

In Germany, almost two-thirds of COVID-19 sufferers report loss of their sense of smell, while in South Korea, nearly one-third of COVUD-19 is positive.

Symptoms of smell loss occur in young people who do not have significant symptoms, such as coughing and fever.

Rudy Gobert, a Utah Jazz player, is among those who experience symptoms of loss of smell.

Rudy Gobert has lost his olfactory function for the past four days before testing positive for the Coronavirus.

In medical terms, the loss of olfactory function called anosmia or hyposmia, is now a particular record regarding COVID-19 worldwide.

Loss of taste is considered as a new symptom related to the possibility of being infected with the Coronavirus. According to the Daily News, impairment of sensory function has been anecdotal evidence in screening tests in patients with the Coronavirus.

British health authorities have identified loss of smell function as a potential symptom of someone exposed to the Coronavirus.

Meanwhile, according to the Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery / AAO-HNS Alexandria, Virginia, dysgeusia becomes one of the new symptoms of COVID-19.

In Germany, nearly 70 percent of sufferers infected with COVID-19 lose their sense of taste within a few days.

Reporting from the New York Post, a woman in America aged 20 years named Julia Buscaglia experienced symptoms of hearing loss before testing positive for COVID-19.

Also, Julia Buscaglia experienced pain when she woke up, like a thumping head, throbbing ears, and a burning throat.

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