The CDC keeps up those large three are the manifestations of novel coronavirus, yet the World Health Organization (WHO) has an increasingly broad rundown that incorporates 14 distinct side effects distinguished in individuals with mellow instances of COVID-19. That is a serious deal, since “the vast majority contaminated with the COVID-19 infection have mellow illness and recuperate,” per a February report of a joint World Health Organization-China strategic. Truth be told, that report found that 80% of affirmed patients had mellow to direct sickness.

What are the gentle side effects of novel coronavirus?

In the WHO report, the association dissects almost 56,000 instances of COVID-19 in China and separates a wide scope of “run of the mill” manifestations, just as how frequently individuals with the infection experienced them:

Fever (87.9%)
Dry cough (67.7%)
Fatigue (38.1%)
Sputum production (33.4%)
Shortness of breath (18.6%)
Sore throat (13.9%)
Headache (13.6%)
Muscle aches and pains (14.8%)
Chills (11.4%)
Nausea or vomiting (5.0%)
Nasal congestion (4.8%)
Diarrhea (3.7%)
Coughing up blood (0.9%)
Red eyes (0.8%)

lost sense of smell wasn’t on the WHO’s list, but several organizations—including the British Rhinological Society, British Association of Otorhinolaryngology, and American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS), say it’s a possible symptom, too.

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