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COVID-19 new symptom reported by CDC

COVID-19 new symptom reported by CDC

Nikel Hemron
Nikel Hemron

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the corona is a new symptom of muscle and joint pain. However, this problem will not occur in all cases. Experts claim that this can happen in 14.6 percent of patients.

Scientists have found evidence in various studies that the symptoms will tell how complicated the patient’s condition will be. The more severe the pain, the greater the risk of acute respiratory distress syndrome or ARDS.

They found that 87.9 percent of patients had a fever, 67.7 percent had a dry cough, 38.1 percent had fatigue, 18.6 percent had shortness of breath, and 14.8 percent had muscle and joint pain (myalgia and arthralgia).

The World Health Organization has created this sequence of symptoms by conducting a study on 55,924 patients in China.

The list is followed by sore throat 13.9 percent, headache 13.6 percent, and tremor 11.4 percent.

However, muscle and joint pain do not mean corona. Many people can get fever, cold, and flu during the change of seasons.


Megan Coffee, an infectious disease specialist at New York University, surveyed 53 patients aged 30-49 who were admitted to various hospitals in Wenzhou, China. “Which of these lungs will suffer the most depends on three factors,” he said.

1. Increasing the levels of liver enzyme SGPT in the blood.

2. Acute pain in the muscles.

3. A slight increase in the amount of hemoglobin in the blood.

Nikel Hemron

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