Coronavirus the symptoms are not limited to a high temperature and a new and continuous cough, according to some carriers of the virus. Labor MP Kate Osborne, who became the second MP to test positive with COVID-19 last week, revealed the symptoms she experienced ITVIS Good Morning Britain via video link. Jarrow's policy said he feels "extremely lucky" to be in good health now after experiencing a "burning sensation" of the virus.
She said: "It was not a pleasant experience and I am very lucky to be in good health.
“My experience was that my main symptoms were that I started with this dry cough. It developed in my chest, where I had a burning sensation, a tightness and a little difficulty with my breathing. "
Interestingly, she did not experience a high temperature.
She revealed: "Throughout this period, I have not had a temperature in which we remember people on the move, especially in the early stages when they were using this as a primary indicator.
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"Actually, I didn't have a temperature during the whole thing."
The British Association of Otorhinolaryngology recently revealed asymptomatic patients – those who do not have a fever or cough – may experience a loss of smell or taste as symptoms after contracting COVID-19.
He said in a statement: “Evidence from other countries that the entry point for coronavirus is usually in the areas of the eyes, nose and throat.
"We have also identified a new symptom (loss of smell and taste) that may mean that people without other symptoms, but with only the loss of that sense, may have to isolate themselves – again to reduce the spread of the virus."
Kate added: "I lost a little taste and smell, but I think overall I was very lucky."
Digestive problems such as diarrhea, vomiting and loss of appetite have also been linked to coronavirus.
A study involving 204 patients in Wuhan found that 99 patients (48.5%) went to the hospital with digestive problems as their main illness.
Most of the participants had no underlying digestive condition.
Loss of appetite (83 percent) and diarrhea (29 percent) were the main symptoms of patients who had digestive problems.
The NHS advises: “If you have symptoms of coronavirus, you will need to stay home for 7 days.
“If you live with someone who has symptoms, you will need to stay at home for 14 days from the day the first person at home starts to have symptoms.
“If you live with someone who is 70 or older, has a long-term condition, is pregnant or has a weakened immune system, try to find another place for them to stay for 14 days.
"If you have to stay home together, try to stay away from each other as much as possible."