Earliest Symptoms of Coronavirus You Must Not Ignore



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There is so much misinformation everywhere about coronavirus that it becomes too confusing to identify the early signs of the virus. Almost every website, news source, talk show on TV, and even social media post is centered on the COVID-19 pandemic. However, about 80% of the information these offer are directed towards achieving a common goal- to create hype and sensationalize the issue.

In such chaotic scenario, it is not out of the ordinary for people to feel scared. The rate of stress and anxiety has twofold among the masses as people feel that they are infected even if they sneeze. This is why, it is important to understand the earliest signs and symptoms of COVID-19 to be able to assess the situation properly instead of panicking unnecessarily.

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Feeling Tired and Exhausted:

Just like it happens with any viral infection, coronavirus also drains your energy. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that between 44 to 70% of coronavirus patients reported feeling less active fatigued, and lethargic as the earliest sign they observed after contracting COVID-19. So, if you haven’t stayed up late at night or drank too much before going to bed and still wake up feeling a little dizzy or lazy, you should be alarmed. There has to be an explainable cause behind persistent full-body fatigue, therefore, better check for other symptoms of coronavirus.

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