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"Very few have experienced loss of taste and smell," the latest study shows the most common symptoms of the British variant of coronavirus
Written by SOT.COM.AL 27 Janar 2021
A new study done in the UK recently showed the most common symptoms displayed by people infected with the new variant of the coronavirus, which are much different from the original.
According to the National Bureau of Statistics, people infected with the "Kent mutation" are more likely to have symptoms of cough, sore throat, fatigue and muscle aches. These are different from the symptoms listed earlier in the NHS for the original variant of the coronavirus which are cough, fever and loss of taste and smell.
The study presented on Tuesday shows that "positive people with the new variant of the coronavirus report new or classic symptoms, but very few have experienced loss of taste and smell."
While the biggest difference between the two variants is that with the young are significantly reduced cases that report high temperature.
The new variant of the coronavirus was the one that caused an increase in the number of people admitted to hospitals in mid-December, which led to the government’s decision to increase the austerity measures.