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Experts claimed that unexplained fatigue may reveal our risk of contracting “Covid-19”.
Fatigue is one of the most common early warning signs of coronavirus, according to Medical News Today.
The site said that nearly 70% of all “Covid-19” patients suffer from some kind of fatigue during infection. You may feel particularly weak or lethargic, with a general lack of energy.
In some cases, it may be the first symptom of the Coronavirus.
He added: “Once a person is infected with the Coronavirus, it may take from two to 14 days for symptoms to appear. It appears that the average incubation period is approximately five to six days. And the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that the person infected with” Covid-19 “can suffer from a wide range of symptoms, including often dry cough and shortness of breath. They may also have a combination of at least two of the following symptoms: fever, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, fatigue.” .
But just because you feel unusually tired, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have coronavirus.
Exhaustion may be caused by lack of sleep, not getting enough exercise, stress, or even taking certain medications.
High fever, new cough and change in the sense of smell or taste are among the most common symptoms of the Corona virus.
In addition to the more common signs, some patients have also reported sore throats, headaches and even hiccups.