A new characterization of the BA.5 version, via Luke O’Neill, Professor of Biochemistry at Trinity College (Dublin) coronavirus, Next to BA.4, Omicron’s two sub-lines. In addition to the classic symptoms of the virus such as headache, fever, cough, sore throat, new ones began to be discovered, such as orthostatic hypotension, or night sweats, this unknown symptom that was revealed by a professional.
Luke O’Neill Explains This Unknown Symptom coronavirus What happens at night in an interview for Irish radio station NewsTalk: “And Symptoms Additional BA.5 What I have noticed is night sweats. Isn’t that weird?” she said.
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The expert revealed that subvariants usually evade an immune response, which is why there is a higher chance of re-infection, as well as infection from people who have already received the COVID vaccine. On the other hand, fortunately the disease they cause is less severe, so they cause less death than other types like Delta.
O’Neill explains that the symptoms are different because the global virus has genetic changes but there is another reason some symptoms are different It is related to the way the immune system responds to infection.
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“The disease is a little different because the virus has changed”, the teacher maintains. “There is some immunity with T cells et cetera. And a slightly different mix of the immune system and the virus can lead to a slightly different disease, with night sweats as a feature.”
Finally, O’Neill stresses the importance of vaccinating against the virus with double guidelines and boosters to prevent it from becoming a serious disease, as he explains. “Remember that the people who get sick the most are not vaccinated or received boosters,” conclusion.
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