What is the Difference between the Symptoms of Cold and Covid-19?

Common cold symptoms often include nasal congestion, and sometimes low to moderate fever for 1-3 days. The common cold generally has relatively few systemic symptoms; influenza is generally accompanied by fever symptoms, and it is 3-5 days of obvious high fever symptoms.

In addition, influenza is often accompanied by systemic symptoms such as systemic muscle soreness and fatigue. According to the current observation of Covid-19, the main symptoms include fever, cough, vomiting and diarrhea. Experts say that unlike the common cold, the diagnosis of influenza and Covid-19 is largely epidemiological. Therefore, if you suspect that you are seeking medical treatment for a suspected case, you must truthfully provide the medical history.

The pathogen of Covid-19 is a new type of coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which is parasitic in bats. There is currently no vaccine to prevent it. Once infected with Covid-19, it means that the human respiratory tract and lungs have been infected, and a variety of symptoms may appear. The symptoms of Covid-19 range from a little fever, cough, chills, and physical discomfort to gradually aggravating fever, coughing, fatigue, diarrhea, and vomiting. The symptoms of rapid breathing, difficulty breathing, and weak breathing gradually appear, which damage our body organs. 

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