With new variants of COVID-19 as well as the yearly flu virus wreaking havoc this autumn season, staying abreast of the latest coronavirus symptoms is its own reward. Though many people are already familiar with the strange phenomenon that is COVID toes, most are unaware of a different symptom that reveals someone has been infected with the novel virus: COVID voice.
Despite the fact that the world is nearing the end of its second year dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, there’s still so much that’s not understood about the way the virus affects the people it infects. Even if a person was asymptomatic at the time of their bout with the virus, they can still be affected by these long-lasting symptoms.
To know what symptoms to be on the lookout for, keep reading.
If You’ve Experienced One Of These Symptoms, You Might Have Had COVID
The vast majority of COVID-19 symptoms are frustratingly common, which is why they are so often confused for the symptoms of other, less concerning illnesses. The flu, in particular, has been confusing the matter even more than usual. Though everyone knows that a sore throat, cough, and fever could be signs of COVID, there are other symptoms that could point to a case of coronavirus.
To see what symptoms specifically point to a COVID diagnosis rather than a more benign case of the flu, click here.
COVID Toes’ Is The Latest Sign You Might Have Been Infected
Over the past year, COVID toes have emerged as one of the most obvious signs that someone has been infected with coronavirus even if they didn’t suffer any other symptoms and maybe weren’t even aware that they’d come down with the novel virus. The condition doesn’t affect everyone who has been infected with COVID-19 and researchers think they know the reason why.
What that reason is, and why one infectious disease expert says those with the condition should seek medical help, can be read here.
COVID Voice Could Be Symptom Of Virus
As the pandemic stretches on, and more people become infected with the virus, researchers have discovered more symptoms that have a surprisingly long effect. One of these new symptoms is COVID voice. Obviously, with a virus that greatly affects the throat and lungs, a person’s voice would also be affected. The trouble is, not everyone who is infected with COVID experiences this particular symptom.
Learn what COVID voice means, and which gender has been more affected by the strange side effect, by clicking here.