The Omicron strain of Covid-19 has become a dominant one worldwide. Its symptoms are mild to moderate. However, the new strain has caused some previously-unreported symptoms, including nausea and vomiting.
While the Omicron variant of the coronavirus can cause the classic symptoms of Covid-19 – fever, persistent headaches, and a loss of smell or taste, it can also cause the symptoms of a traditional cold. The five most common symptoms logged in Britain’s ZOE Covid tracking app are indistinguishable from those of the common cold: a runny nose, headaches, fatigue, sneezing, and a sore throat.
However, some people infected with Omicron have suffered nausea and vomiting, Tim Spector, professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London and one of the founders of ZOE, told the Daily Express on Sunday. Spector stated that the symptoms could be experienced by both those fully vaccinated and those who received booster shots.
The ZOE test revealed that Omicron infection was characterized by a decrease in appetite.
Omicron symptoms are similar to cold symptoms. However, there have been reports that Omicron is now more easily transmissible and less dangerous than the previous strains. Omicron spread in Britain has resulted in tightening restrictions and the declaration Omicron as a public health emergency. “major incident” London Mayor Sadiq Kan The British government is stepping up their booster shot campaign despite the ineffectiveness of vaccines against Omicron. Staff from the NHS will administer jabs to Omicron victims on Christmas Day. By the end, everyone in Britain should have a booster shot.
Aside from the instances of nausea and vomiting, Spector said that Omicron’s cold-like symptoms shouldn’t make anyone complacent. “Hopefully people now recognise the cold-like symptoms which appear to be the predominant feature of Omicron,” he wrote on ZOE’s website last week, adding that people should “change their behaviour,”And start “wearing face masks again, cancelling parties and working from home more”This will slow down spread.
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