It is said that the new mutant COVID strains, including the Brazilian and Kent variants, are more resistant and have the ability to cause more symptoms and more profoundly attack vital organs. According to the latest research from hospitals across India, people who tested positive for the virus now also report different symptoms of the virus, which are different from the typical signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
According to doctors in Gujarat, patients are now showing abnormal symptoms of the virus, including abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and even a cold. Now, since there are no typical symptoms, such as fever and cough, doctors warn patients to be checked even if they have no typical signs.
Other symptoms that are increasingly present in COVID+ patients include arthralgia, myalgia, gastrointestinal complications, weakness and loss of appetite.
Interestingly, in the second and third waves of infections that have struck the UK and other European countries in recent months, abnormal symptoms and vague symptoms were also detected in addition to COVID fever or cough.