New coronavirus symptoms added to the list by CDC

Here are the three new symptoms added to the existing list of coronavirus symptoms.

Coronavirus cases continue to rise worldwide and people are being advised to take strict precautions as many countries have resumed their regular activities after spending months locked down. 

Since the outbreak of coronavirus, researches have been looking for symptoms that can help diagnose COVID-19. While the list of prominent symptoms suggested that COVID-19 is a respiratory illness, it was discovered that it affects almost all vital organs of the body. 

Source- NPR

Three new symptoms were added to the list of coronavirus symptoms by The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. The new symptoms include nausea, runny nose or chest congestion and diarrhea as possible indicators of coronavirus. Symptoms that were already included in the list were fever, fatigue, sore throat, shortness of breath, body ache, fatigue, lost sense of smell and taste, and chills. 

The new symptoms were added without any official notification but the list does not include all the possible symptoms of COVID-19. 

The same symptoms can range from mild to severe, depending on individual health. Some patients may be able to recover at home while others may require to be admitted to hospitals. If any patient experiences severe symptoms then they have been asked to seek help immediately, as per the CDC.