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6 early warning signs of infection with the Coronavirus

Corona virus is still contagious, and thus your stay outside the home puts you at risk of infection, even if it is slight, and researchers have identified 6 early warning signs that predict a long-term corona virus, and according to British epidemiologist Tim Spector, long cases of corona appear when symptoms persist for weeks or months after infection .

According to a report by "Express" website, "if you suffer from a persistent cough, hoarse voice, headache, diarrhea, loss of appetite, and shortness of breath then you are two to three times more likely to develop long-term symptoms," and the data patterns were determined by a team in The Covid Symptom Study.

In addition, the team discovered that a long-term corona was more likely to affect women than men, and this came during a webinar hosted by the British Medical Journal (BMJ).

Nisreen Elwan, associate professor of public health at the University of Southampton, said "extreme fatigue" was the most common symptom reported in those suffering from long-term COVID-19 disease.

Other symptoms of long-term corona include:


shortness of breath

Muscle and body pain

Heaviness or pressure in the chest





Feeling of pins and needles in the body