british health systemNHS, for its English acronym) has expanded the official list of coronavirus symptoms to include nine new symptoms of the disease. The updated list of symptoms includes diseases such as Sore throat, fatigue and headache. This expansion is happening at a time when a record number of infections has been reached in the UK, with nearly five million people currently infected.
The new symptoms have been added to the NHS website, along with the three classic symptoms of fever, new and persistent cough, and loss or change in taste or smell.
These are the new Covid-19 symptoms the NHS has added to the list
- breathing difficulties
- Feeling tired or exhausted
- body aches
- throat pain
- stuffy or runny nose
- feeling tired
the teacher Team Spectorchief scientist at Covid-19 symptom monitoring appHe wrote on Twitter: “The official NHS main symptoms of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have finally changed after two years of lobbying and input from Zoe APP users. Unfortunately the arrangement is wrong, but it’s a start and can help reduce infection”
The official NHS major coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms have finally changed after two years of lobbying and the introduction of a Zoe app user – hurray! Too bad they got the order wrong – but it’s a start and can help reduce injuries 🙄 thanks to ZOE logging! https://t.co/E8zu3sSAPk
– Tim Spector MD (professor) (imspector) 3 April 2022
on Friday, and National Statistics Office The Office for National Statistics said an estimated 4.9 million people in the UK had Covid-19 in the week ending March 26, up from 4.3 million in the previous week.
Similarly, the Office for National Statistics said it estimated that One in 13 people in England He contracted the virus during that week.
In England, the estimated number of people who have tested positive #covid19 to a record high (week ending March 26, 2022).
About 1 in 13 people, who are not in nursing homes, hospitals or other institutional settings, will have tested positive for COVID-19. https://t.co/weRLFMpBvx pic.twitter.com/isKZucaFap
– Office of National Statistics (ONS) (ONS) April 1, 2022