The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has kept the public informed about the symptoms of coronavirus since the pandemic started. Initially, they warned against three main symptoms, including cough, shortness of breath and fever. As the coronavirus has spread across the nation, the medical field has learned more about how to detect and differentiate the virus. As a result, the CDC’s list of common symptoms has now grown by a total of six. Keep yourself informed and read about all six of the symptoms below.
6. Body Chills
One of the newer symptoms listed by the CDC for coronavirus includes experiencing chills or having trouble getting warm. This is also a common symptom of the flu. To understand the differences between COVID-19 and the flu, read How Flu Deaths and Other Common Killers Compare with Coronavirus.
5. Body Chills Followed by Shaking
According to the CDC, if your body chills are followed by persistent shaking, this is a further indication you may have the coronavirus.