Do you have the flu or corona virus? Very easy to identify

If you have runny nose or tickly eyes, it does not mean that you have the new Novel Corona virus disease.

If you experience dry cough, fatigue, and fever, then you don’t need to worry about but it can also be the flu or Corona virus whereas medical experts say that not all symptoms are limited to a single disease; you may think you are a victim of the corona virus, but it is a seasonal allergy or influenza.

Experts say there are many common symptoms of common cold, flu and COVID19, and they can be difficult to distinguish; they are all viruses, but the germs that cause them all are different.

Major difference

One of the major differences between the three is the difficulty in breathing, a symptom of the corona virus, a common symptom that comes before typhoid.

Generally, Cold & Flue do not cause breathing difficulties until typhoid becomes infected.

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Experts say that influenza is very similar to COVID19, but difficulty in breathing is not as severe as COVID19’s patients.

New corona virus sufferers usually have difficulty breathing up-to 5 to 10 days after the first sign of fever.

Sneezing is not a Corona Symptom

Sneezing, runny nose, facial discomfort and itching in the eyes are all symptoms of allergy or common diarrhea, but it is not common in COVID19.

According to the World Health Organization, the most common symptoms of COVID19 include fever, fatigue and dry cough; some patients may also experience discomfort, itching, runny nose, runny nose, throat swelling or diarrhea.

Symptoms of COVID19 are usually seen in a patient 2 to 14 days after the virus is infected.

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But the World Health Organization says some infected people do not show any symptoms and their health does not deteriorate, so they can transmit the virus to their surroundings.

The symptoms of allergies can be chronic

COVID19 is a disease like the flu that causes people to feel well until the symptoms appear.

In contrast, allergies are usually chronic and their symptoms may appear and disappear for weeks, months, or years, but allergies usually do not experience fever or physical itching, even if cough is not high did not become.

Allergies result in more frequent sneezing, especially for asthma sufferers who may have difficulty breathing allergies, but do not suffer from cholera, sore throat.

Despite the symptoms, it is not flu

COVID19 is not a flu and it acts more like a common cold virus than the flu.

But in terms of symptoms, it is similar to the flu and difficult to distinguish, but one difference is visible and it is difficult to breathe, which is a common symptom of COVID19 but it is not encountered in the flu.

However, experts believe that if the severity of COVID19 is mild, the treatment that can be used to treat the flu or common cold can also help to control the symptoms of the corona virus.

Fortunately, the severity of 80% of COVID19 cases is moderate. If you find yourself feeling ill or feeling like COVID19, it can be prevented by spreading quarantine for at least 2 weeks.

In fact if the disease is doubted, call the helpline 1166 about the indications and the authorities will decide if a test is needed.

If you experience symptoms such as breathing trouble, persistent pain, or chest compression, you should seek immediate medical attention.

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