Evolved Corona Virus: New symptoms add to worry


The ignorance of Corona Virus may prove to be fatal, as there is still no known cure to the pandemic in most of the world. There has been a loss of over 10,000 lives till date and the threat is looking more dangerous than ever.
Thousands of people are being found to be Covid-19 positive on a daily basis. People are being advised to take utmost care in their daily lives.

The symptoms of Corona are being told to be same as that of common cold and fever, till now. But recently, there has been a major change in these symptoms, as the new patients have shown somewhat different signs of this disease.
The new symptoms have worried the scientists and medical experts, as well. They claim that the patients coming in late have complained to have very less or no ability at all, to smell any odour, not even strongest ones. Apart from this, they are not able to taste anything.

A lady who was recently diagnosed in Italy, has also shared her experience, where she claimed that her symptoms were not limited to just dry cough and fever. She also faced newer symptoms like no taste and smell, and wet cough as well.
This has increased the troubles of doctors and medical experts, who have been looking for a fixed set of symptoms in their patients, as the newer cases may see a spike in coming days.

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