Symptoms of Sore Throat Due to Covid

Is a sore throat a symptom of Covid?  Signs of coronavirus explained and what to do if you test positive.

The increase in cases comes as restrictions are relaxed across the country, and new variants of Deltacron continue to spread.

You can also get infected multiple times, so it's important to know the signs.

Is a sore throat a symptom of Covid?

The NHS has highlighted the three main symptoms of Covid as follows...........

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1. High temperature: This means you feel hot to touch your chest or back (you don't need to take your temperature).

2. A new, persistent cough: This is defined as coughing profusely for more than an hour, or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually cough, it may be worse than usual).

3. Loss or alteration of the sense of smell or taste (anosmia): This means you have noticed that you cannot smell or taste anything, or that things smell or taste differently than usual.

The NHS doesn't list a sore throat as a symptom of Covid, but other health authorities do, such as the American Centers for Disease Control.

According to Yella Hewings-Martin, PhD from the ZOE Covid Study, which tracks symptoms across the country,

the most common symptoms reported by sufferers these days are sore throat, headache, runny nose, fatigue and sneezing.

Study Zoe Covid wrote in a post last year that although a sore throat is a less well-known symptom

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Covid-19, it is an early sign of the disease and is fairly common in children and adults up to age 65.

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