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The Indian strain, which has been spreading rapidly since early May, may cause changes in coronavirus symptoms.

Axar.az reports that this was stated in a study by scientists from King's College London, England.

The researchers said headaches, sore throats and runny noses were now symptoms of COVID-19.

During the study, 66% of children under 40 years of age had a headache, 53% had a sore throat, 49% had a runny nose and 42% had a fever.

Fewer people have lost their sense of taste now. At the same time, infected young people have fewer cold symptoms and odor loss is no longer among the top 10 most common symptoms.

Date
2021.06.13 / 16:33
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