There is an atmosphere of fear among people due to the new strain of Coronavirus in the world. Right now the world is struggling with the old strain of Corona, now it is being said about the new strain that it is more dangerous. In such a situation, many countries have started implementing restrictions like lockdown again. At the same time, there has been a new reveal about the new strain symptoms of Corona and they are quite different from the old strain. The UK’s National Statistics Office has revealed that people suffering from a new strain of corona experience symptoms such as cough, sore throat, fatigue and muscle aches. Let us know that this new strain of virus is also known as Kent mutation.
This is quite different from the chronic symptoms reported by Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) regarding chronic strains of corona. People infected with chronic strains show symptoms such as cough, fever, and inability to recognize taste and affect their ability to smell. The report was released on Wednesday by the Statistics Office, stating that people infected with Corona’s new strain may show chronic symptoms, but their ability to smell and not recognize taste is not affected. .
These two symptoms are similar in both strains
The report said that the biggest change in the symptoms of both strains is that the infected person does not have high fever. At the same time, this research has shown that there is no significant difference in the symptoms of the infected patient, such as difficulty in breathing and headache. The revelations came after British Prime Minister Boris Jhonson said there was evidence that the risk of higher mortality in Kent mutations was high.
Corona’s new strain has spread to 60 countries
In the UK in December 2020, due to new strains of the virus, corona cases increased and the number of patients admitted to hospitals also increased. For this reason, the British government tightened the rules regarding the Christmas holidays. However, even after this the corona cases continued to grow, due to which a nationwide lockdown was implemented on 6 January. The new strains of Corona were first reported in Kent County, UK, after which it quickly spread to more than 60 countries of the world.