Coronavirus symptoms: The most unusual side-effects people report after COVID diagnosis, according to NHS


Nine months on, we have only started to get an idea of all the dangers COVID causing SARS-COV-2 could expose us to. From the time of the diagnosis to the long-haul post COVID symptoms, we are seeing people complain of a lot of different symptoms.

While the virus was earlier simply seen as a respiratory virus, it has now become evidently clear that it doesn’t behave like the typical respiratory illness. It can very much attack different parts of your body and thereby, making it all the more crucial to watch out for even minute symptoms. Fever, cough and shortness of breath aren’t the only signs to be cautious about. Even if you are asymptomatic, these symptoms could turn into a cause of worry.

Newly released guidelines by the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK, which is on the brink of a ghastly second wave of infection found that people most people complained of one of these five unusual, strange symptoms, apart from the typical signs of infection.


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