Headache, runny nose, and sore throat have become the most common symptoms reported by coronavirus patients. This was reported on Friday, June 11, by the Daily Mirror, citing a study by scientists from King's College London.
According to the study, the Indian version of SARS-CoV-2 is more like a common cold, the symptoms of which are practically not manifested.
According to one of the authors of the work, professor of genetic epidemiology Tim Spector, people who have a вЂњseasonal coldвЂќ should also be tested for the coronavirus to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
вЂњThe person is not aware of this. He thinks he has some kind of seasonal cold, and goes to parties, infecting others. We are studying the main signs of infection. And now they are not the same as before, вЂњ the professor concluded.
On June 11, the Health Authority of England reported that the Indian strain of coronavirus (Delta) is 60% more contagious than the British (Kent), which led to the third wave of the pandemic in Europe. It was noted that the main protection against the Delta variant is complete vaccination.