Nine symptoms of Omicron affect the complete vaccination

Nine symptoms of Omicron affect the complete vaccination

China has placed nearly 30 million people under strict lockdown measures as the country recorded a sharp rise in new coronavirus cases, which reached its highest level in two years.

The country has taken some of the strictest measures since the pandemic's start. However, the number of cases is lower than in other major countries as it tied itself tightly to the "zero Covid" strategy.

The latest increase is due to Omicron, which is reported to be the dominant variant.

Omicron was first discovered in South Africa and Hong Kong in November 2021, and Omicron was confirmed as the dominant variant in the UK last December.

Here, we look at some of the symptoms most familiar with the new alternative to complete vaccination and a couple of early warning signs you might have.

The most common symptoms when fully vaccinated, there were eight main symptoms that the entire vaccinated attendee group experienced.

The symptoms were cough, runny nose, fatigue, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, fever, and sneezing.

The study found that coughing, runny nose, and fatigue were among the most common symptoms in vaccinated people, while sneezing and fever were less common.

Two of the early warning signs you might have are OMICRON.

Experts also suggest that two distinct symptoms could signify that a positive test is around the corner: fatigue and dizziness/fainting.

More than just feeling tired, fatigue can be like physical pain by causing sore or weak muscles, headaches, blurry vision, and loss of appetite.

Dr. Angelique Coetzee, a private practitioner and president of the South African Medical Association, told Good Morning Britain that fatigue was a significant symptom of Omicron when the variant erupted in South Africa.

Forty percent of women reported experiencing Covid fatigue compared to a third of men, according to a survey by WebMD that asked users how often they felt tired from December 23 to January 4.

Dizziness/fainting is the second sign that people may have Omicron. A new report from Germany has suggested a link between fainting spells and Omicron after doctors in Berlin discovered that Covid was causing recurrent fainting spells in a 35-year-old hospitalized patient.

German newspaper Ă„rztezeitung said doctors could see a "clear link" between the infection and fainting spells.

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