Since the coronavirus pandemic began, the list of symptoms has become longer, as three symptoms were initially reported, namely, fever, cough, and shortness of breath as the main symptoms of the disease.Over time, other symptoms such as loss of taste, smell, body pain, headache, etc. were added to the list.. .
According to a newspaper report TIME NOW NEWS Another list that goes on in the same context is the list of people at risk of contractions and complications due to the disease. While it was initially reported that children may show mild symptoms due to infection, a rare disease similar to Kawasaki and other complications were reported in children as well..
Adding to these two lists are the latest results according to the team from Queen’s University, Belfast who has been studying children with diabetes. COVID-19 , Stomach upset symptoms as a sign of coronavirus infection may be something to watch out for.
According to the Centers for Disease Control in the United States, diarrhea has been reported as a possible symptom of: COVID-19 In adults, many patients have reported the same however, in the UK, the symptoms are known to: COVID-19 They are fever, cough, and loss of taste and smell.
Nearly 1,000 children and their blood samples were studied to see if they had been infected with the Coronavirus recently. The results have been published in MedRvix , The results indicated that 68 of the 992 children had antibodies to the virus, indicating that they had been infected with the virus SARS-CoV-2 At some point. Half of these children were also found to have symptoms.
The most common symptom was a fever, with 21 out of 68 children reported. Coughing was also common, but symptoms appeared in children who tested positive for the virus as well. However, gastrointestinal symptoms were reported in 13 out of 68 children and appear to be related. With COVID-19.Other symptoms such as loss of taste and smell were less common, and were reported only by 6 of the children who tested positive for antibodies..
Lead researcher Dr. Tom Waterfield said: “We know, fortunately, that most children who contract the virus will not be very sick but we still do not know to what extent the children may spread it,” and he explained that adding gastrointestinal symptoms would have identified almost all cases of symptoms 33 Out of 34, or 97%.