The arrival of the new sub-variants of Ómicron has also precipitated certain changes in the symptoms of the coronavirus which until now have been identified: these are currently
The coronavirus As we knew it two years ago, it has continued to disappear over time and the arrival of new mutations of the virus. The BA.4 and BA.5 sublines are growing at a dizzying rate across the world and the detection of Centaura new subvariants of Omicronalso threatens to pervert the incidence, which continues to increase every day in our country.
The disease continues to try to cope with its new mutations in the immune system that we have developed with the infections and the doses of vaccines injected in recent months, at the same time as we demonstrate new capacities.
But how have these new Omicron sub-variants changed? What new symptoms do these Covid sublines exhibit? That’s all you need to keep in mind.
This is how the new Ómicron sub-variants are
So far, BA.4 and BA.5 have shown a higher transmission capacity compared to its predecessors. The contagion speedor increased and the mutations of the molecular structure that they present compared to the other strains allow them to have a increased immune evasion against Covid vaccines.
Also, it seems that these new subvariants of Omicron are transmitted with a decrease in viral load. In this way, the difficulty of being detected by antigen tests increases and it usually takes longer to be discovered.
Fatigue: This is one of the main symptoms of the new Covid sub-variants and causes us to stop doing many habitual tasks in our routine
Fever: In most cases, the fever is low (around 37.5°C)
Nasal congestion: the new Ómicron variants present a much stronger cold than the previous ones
Sore throat: usually only lasts 24 or 48 hours and does not occur in all cases
Cough: usually takes a while to appear later, but lasts beyond negative tests
Loss of smell: new Omicron sublines may cause loss of smell and taste
Diarrhea/vomiting: this does not appear in all cases, but it can occur as a symptom in people infected with the new variants of the coronavirus
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