VIVA – Until now, the transmission of the COVID-19 pandemic among the public has kept people on their toes. Not to mention the discovery of a new virus variant which is known to have faster transmission properties between humans.
Talking corona virus, symptoms ranging from mild to severe, causing confusion in the community. This is because most of the symptoms resemble those of other illnesses and viral infections, such as flu, common cold, and seasonal allergies.
Meanwhile, fever, dry cough, fatigue, loss of smell and taste, and other medical complications can indicate the possibility of COVID-19. However, this one symptom, according to experts, is nothing to worry about and can be ignored.
Reporting from the page Times of India, sneezing, like other symptoms of COVID-19, can be associated with many other medical conditions. Sneezing is a strong, involuntary expulsion of air that aims to remove irritants from the nose and throat.
While colds, coughs and fever along with sneezing can be linked to the coronavirus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If you only experience sneezing as a symptom, it is not a sign of COVID-19. In addition, the CDC does not list sneezing as a symptom of the coronavirus.
Sneezing can be caused for a variety of other reasons. According to the CDC, sneezing is considered a common symptom of flu and sometimes a symptom of flu. If you have a cold and low-grade fever, it can be followed by a sore throat and runny nose that can be accompanied by sneezing.
In addition, sneezing can also be triggered by seasonal allergies. In a comparative analysis between COVID-19 and seasonal allergies, the CDC claims that sneezing can be a more likely symptom of seasonal allergies than COVID-19.
In addition, sneezing can also occur due to environmental changes. According to experts, cold and dry air can irritate the nasal passages and cause you to sneeze. This is a very common condition, which by itself cannot indicate COVID-19 in a person.
Since news about the new coronavirus emerged in the world, people have experienced different and varied symptoms. Although the list goes on and on, some of the most common symptoms remain the same. The following are some of the most classic symptoms of COVID-19, ranging from fever, dry cough, sore throat, runny and stuffy nose, chest pain and shortness of breath, fatigue, gastrointestinal infections, loss of smell and taste.