When a sore throat indicates coronavirus and what signs should you pay attention to?

The main symptoms of coronavirus are high fever and a dry, persistent cough, experts say. However, you can be at risk for Covid-19 if you also have a sore throat.

“Sore throat is one of the early, mild symptoms of coronavirus,”

Although a sore throat is a common symptom of a cold and usually does not require care, some people with coronavirus have reported a sore throat as a symptom of an infection.

If you suddenly develop a symptom of a sore throat, it is best to isolate yourself for 14 days to prevent the spread of the infection to other people.

However, a sore throat has a wider range of symptoms than the pain itself.
Redness in the throat, bad breath, damaged glands in the neck, are just some of the accompanying symptoms of a sore throat.

As with other mild coronavirus symptoms, sore throats do not come on their own, so it’s important not to panic if you have a headache.

“Common symptoms of coronavirus are weakness, fever, cough, headache, and even a sore throat,” said Dr. Heren, noting that these symptoms usually go together, not on their own.

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  • I had a dry cough, had to crawl up the stairs on my hands and knees and my eyes were very bothersome. ITCHY AND RED. MY MEMORY WAS gone. I do think that I’ve had covid 19 and made it through it on my own. Thank God 🙂 This is the first time I have said this.

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