Until recently, loss of taste, smell and fever were considered symptoms of Covid-19. According to information available to scientists in the United Kingdom, this type of symptom is very rare today. According to Tim Spector, professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London, two-thirds of COVID-19 patients have a sore throat.
Prof. Spector is one of the creators of the Covid ZOE app, the most comprehensive piece of all coronavirus research. Additionally, the expert noted that many older adults may not even know they are sick because they mistake their illnesses for colds and flu. Therefore, they do not carry out tests.
In turn, Dr. Paweł Kresiowski said during a recent press conference that it is difficult to say clearly what stage of the epidemic we are in. According to the doctor, based on basic data from sewage tests and analysis, experts are unable to determine the actual morbidity, hospitalizations and number of deaths due to the disease.
The expert added that mankind is becoming indifferent to the threat posed by the serious threat to health of life caused by the corona virus infection. Most people don’t wear masks, wash their hands, or get vaccinated against COVID-19. The US federal government agency CDC is promoting a vaccine with an updated formula that protects against Omicron and strengthens our bodies during the fall and winter months.
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Bivalent boosters help restore the defenses that have fallen since the last dose – and provide you and those around you with additional protection against all mutations of the Omikron variant. The more people are up-to-date with vaccinations, the more likely they are to avoid a possible increase in Covid-19 cases this fall and winter – emphasized Dr. Pawesz Kreciowski.
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