The CDC Reveals What COVID-19 Symptoms Should Make Us Go to the Hospital ASAP
Even though the majority of COVID-19 patients recover with ease, the disease has still killed over 2.1 million people across the world. Some of the symptoms are also found in common colds, but others should make us seek medical help ASAP.
BGR.com brings the news of the alarming COVID-19 symptoms. With over 25 million cases of infections and more than 423,000 deaths, the US remains the world’s most affected country by the pandemic. Therefore, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has to say something important once again.
Five dangerous symptoms
The CDC reveals that there are five COVID-19 symptoms that should make us seek medical help as soon as we experience them:
- Trouble breathing
- Inability to stay awake
- Bluish lips or face
- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
- New confusion
It’s also important to know that once you manifest such symptoms, you should tell the doctor or the 911 operator that you could be infected with COVID-19.
The CDC also says:
This list is not all possible symptoms,
Please call your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning to you.
The new President of the US, Joe Biden, came up with the ‘100 Days Masking Challenge’ to make the Americans wear a facemask as much as possible so the pandemic can be slown down in the country. Biden manifested great interest in coming with ideas to fight COVID-19, and he is even determined to resume the collaboration with the World Health Organization. The former President Donald Trump decided to halt the relations with the WHO.
As for the overall situation on the planet, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread. With a total of over 98.6 million infections and more than 2.1 million deaths, there’s no telling when the horror will be over.
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