Covid-19 Top Symptoms

Top Symptoms to take note of: 

  • fever (usually low-grade or intermittent)
  • stomach distress
  • diarrhea
  • dry cough
  • headache
  • fatigue
  • difficulty breathing
  • loss of taste and smell

So there’s some VERY strange things going on with Covid-19. 

It has this strange anomaly we wrote about here, wherein about 400 of the 700 members on the Princess cruise ship TESTED POSITIVE but were asymptomatic (ie., no symptoms / symptom free). 

How lucky were they!?!? 

Despite that high ratio to ratio of numbers, supposedly this actually occurs in a very small percentage of the population. 

In any case… 

Some people are reporting it’s all just a scam —some people say they had it and it was ‘no biggie’… Other people don’t just appear to be dying —they are actually dying. Hard to call that one a ‘hoax’. 

Some other people are saying deaths arise from previous (hidden) vaccine injury, and that THAT is the ‘real crust around the biscuit’, as they say. 

Regardless.. 

In ‘normal’ cases… 

The first symptom is fever, according to one study in which 99 percent of patients developed one. Yet over and over, we hear about diarrhea or gastrointestinal distress being the first sign, which occurs about 1 week before respiratory symptoms appear. 

More than 50% of patients developed a dry cough and experienced fatigue. And about one-third of patients had sore muscles and breathing difficulties.

More importantly, diarrhea is commonly seen in early presentation of Covid 19. 

If people suddenly come down with diarrhea, they should be mindful this is an early sign of infection, and they are highly contagious at that point. 

There are tons of reports all over the world, from the USA to Germany, to China where people are said to lose their sense of taste and smell just before the virus ‘hits’.

Science Alert also reports that the most commonly reported symptoms include a fever, dry cough, sore throat in some, and shortness of breath. 

According to the WHO, some 80% of patients will experience a mild illness, however.

How it Spreads

It is spread mostly through droplets and hard surfaces, on which it can live for up to 3 days —but also likely via body fluids, urine, feces, 

If you touch a doorknob and then touch your face, bam. You’re exposed. 

When a virus infects us, and causes symptoms like coughing and sneezing, it gives it the opportunity to infect other hosts. 

SARS and MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) are both caused by a similar pathogen —but these pathogens tend to also cause a type of gastroenteritis, or stomach-flu like symptoms, causing intense diarrhea. 

The virus has been found in the stool of those with Covid-19, as well, which indicates it may spread via body fluids. 

The Incubation Period

Doctors conclude that the incubation period is likely anywhere from 19-24 days, and was originally thought to be 14 days. 

Who is Most at Risk? 

The disease appears to affect the elderly or infirm worse than any other demographic. 

But over and over again, I personally read reports of 30 and 40 year olds who can barely breathe, are close to organ failure, or about to call 911 due to being turned away at hospitals. 

What do you think?

Have you seen or experienced any strange symptoms?

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