Most of us this winter were sick and had the seasonal fly. The problem is: did the seasonal fly which was really bad this winter was actually the coronavirus? Did some of us had the virus but were not aware of it because that time it was just the seasonal winter fly and the coronavirus was not known?
The only way to find out is to check if you had one of these 4 crucial symptoms in the last few months, and that can be proof that you might undergone the infection and you are immune to the coronavirus, which secretly or publicly, we all wish we are.
One of the most common and recognizable symptoms of coronavirus is a dry cough.
Although not officially recognized as a symptom of coronavirus, some infected patients have reported it as a symptom.
The feeling of pressure in the chest and the inability to breathe deeply also appear as symptoms of covid-19.
Loss of sense of smell and taste
The British Association of otorhinolaryngologists recently warned that the loss of sense of smell and taste could be a symptom of the virus.
So, if you have had some of these conditions in the past few months and you haven’t got sick lately, then you might be lucky and already undergone the deadly coronavirus.