Has the third wave of the corona arrived? New symptoms appear


New Delhi: The symptoms have changed in the third wave of corona. Such data came to light after conducting research on patients in different parts of the country. People with coronary heart disease in the third wave have lower rates of fever and fatigue than ever before. This symptom is completely different from the first and second waves. Respiratory problems have also been reduced. Overall, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) did not provide any specific information on the risk of serious illness in the third wave.



An expert from Kolkata has warned that the third wave of corona has arrived in India.  New symptoms have been seen in the patient’s condition. According to national media reports, there has been a significant change in the symptoms of the third wave compared to the first and second. Instead of being more lethal, patients have fewer symptoms.


In the first and second waves, the taste and smell are completely lost in the patients, while in the third wave, it is partially reduced after 7-8 days.

Similarly, patients have differences in symptoms such as colds and coughs. There was already a dry cough and no cold. By the third wave, the cough is coughing and the patient is suffering from a cold.

In the past, moderate to high fever was present, but now there is a mild fever.

The bottom line is that in the past, people with coronary artery disease were more prone to fatigue and fatigue.

In the first and second waves, 10 to 15 percent of patients have respiratory problems, but now the number is less than 1 percent.

The effects of the vaccine are being felt in the third wave, with 10 per cent of patients already admitted to the hospital, but now the number is less than 1 per cent, experts said.

The number of coronary infections in the country has dropped significantly. People who take two doses are not serious. Since colds and coughs are a common problem in the winter, experts recommend testing the corona instead of calling it a common cold.



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