Coronavirus Vaccine: Corona has again raised its head in many countries including China. , Coronavirus The havoc of Corona is increasing day by day. That’s why everyone needs to be careful. The situation is even worse in China. (Coronavirus Update) Meanwhile, a new research has revealed that patients infected with the corona virus have lost their ability to smell and taste. It is observed that one-third of the patients do not have any sense of smell. About one-fifth of people have lost the taste of their mouth. So understand that the alarm bell has rung.

Apart from China, new strains of corona virus in Japan, South Korea, Brazil and America have increased India’s concern and alerted the government. To prevent the new type of Kovid-19 infection in India, the Ministry of Health has started preparations and the Central Government has instructed all the states to increase genome sequencing.

According to research by the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the UK, loss of smell is one of the most common symptoms of Covid in patients. Professor Carl Philpott, lead researcher from UEA’s Norwich Medical School, said the research team found some symptoms related to long-term exposure to COVID-19, particularly those related to the ear, nose and throat. such as loss of smell. It has come to the fore that people’s sense of smell becomes weak and their taste also deteriorates.

Whereas, Omicron’s sub-variant BF.7 (Omicron Sub-variant BF.7) can fasten people. But it is not very dangerous and its symptoms are similar to the old variant of Omicron. After contracting this type, patients show symptoms like severe throat infection, body ache, mild or high fever.

What are the symptoms of corona?

Symptoms include headache, muscle pain, fatigue, loss of taste and smell. Parosmia can persist for months after the initial infection due to fungal build-up in the brain and memory loss. “We wanted to learn more about the long-term transmission of Covid, and specifically ear, nose and throat symptoms, such as loss of smell and parosmia,” Philpott said.

The team looked at results from the UK Coronavirus Infection Survey and analyzed information from more than 360,000 people in March 2022. A total of 10,431 participants identified as having COVID and were asked about 23 personal symptoms and the impact of the condition on their daily activities. Researchers said that about a third of Covid patients have a persistent loss of smell and about a fifth still have loss of taste.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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