What are the symptoms of the Omicron variant? Symptoms and process that distinguish Omicron from coronavirus

Research on omicron, which has spread faster than the first variants in the last 2 months, has been completed. According to the statements from the World Health Organization, Omicron passes like a severe flu. It spreads faster and the incubation period can sometimes be long. Symptoms do not lead to hospitalization. What are the symptoms of the Omicron variant?

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Research on the Omicron variant, which was first seen in the African continent and spread rapidly in Europe, has been completed. The most pleasing aspect of omicron, the fastest-spreading variant that frightened even scientists, was that the severe symptoms of the disease process were similar to the flu. However, the elderly and those with chronic diseases were still considered the most susceptible group to the variant. After the increase in the number of cases, which decreased in the summer months, peaked after the New Year, many countries brought the mask and distance obligation again.

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WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF OMICRON VARIANT?

The symptoms that Omicron started to show after the incubation period were revealed by research. According to the results obtained from the records of the patients who have been caught for about 2 months, omicron starts with a runny nose just like the flu. On the other hand;

severe headache and dizziness

feeling tired all the time

Frequent sneezing and watery discharge

throat burn

wheezing sound when breathing

coughing from the lungs

thinking disorder

Changes in body temperature, chills and chills

sudden fire

burning in eyes

Swelling in the glands under the throat

stagnation in mood

Research on the Nu variant, or Omicron, which is the last variant to appear in the ongoing coronavirus epidemic around the world, continues. Yasemin.com reporter Müge Çakmak asked those who were wondering about the Omicron variant, which is a mutation of the coronavirus, Medipol Mega University Hospital Chest Diseases Specialist Prof. Dr. Muhammed Emin Akkoyunlu replied.

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