It appears the coronavirus is going nowhere fast so spotting the symptoms remains as critical as it has ever been.
With winter approaching, we all need to be extra vigilant.
Cases are still soaring as Covid-19 shows no signs of halting with talk of a second wave refusing to die down.
A list of all symptoms has been published, as going in-depth has never been more important to stop the spread.
Around 82 per cent of patients don't have any of the three main symptoms of the disease on the day they are tested.
Data was collected from 36,000 volunteers between the end of April and end of June.
The findings have prompted fears that future Covid-19 outbreaks will be hard to control without more widespread testing.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has listed the full list of symptoms experienced from Covid-19.
Here is the full list of symptoms:
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
Scientists are now urging the Government to add a new symptom to the official list.
Some medics firmly believe developing a skin rash is a common symptom.
It has yet to be officially recognised on official lists.
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The Dermatology association is now suggesting “rashes are a key symptom of Covid”.
Dr Tanya Bleiker, President of the British Association of Dermatologists, said: "The association between certain rashes and Covid-19 has become increasingly clear, and being able to recognise these is crucial for reducing the spread of the disease."
What are the main symptoms of coronavirus?
- A high temperature
- A new, continuous cough
- A loss to sense of smell or taste
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