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How to spot COVID-19 quickly, according to Johns Hopkins

How to spot COVID-19 quickly, according to Johns Hopkins

There are concerns that COVID-19 could rise in January due to holiday gatherings. It is useful to know the first symptoms that typically appear. While there are 11 symptoms listed by the CDC, Johns Hopkins University notes common early coronavirus symptoms to be on the lookout for include fatigue, headache, sore throat, fever, and the sudden loss of taste and smell and a low grade fever.

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Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry 1 months

How did supercomputers simulating moon's-origin, Covid, and computer brand comparisons get into a World of Warcraft title & link? ... and WTH makes WoW a "newsworthy" thing? How is WoW lore news? I reported the other 3 unrelated links, which leaves only 1 relevant one, which doesn't deserve to be a story by itself anyway. Why do these keep being approved be NV when my news articles aren't being approved with 4+ relevant business articles like Forbes? I will not back NV unless the quality moderation becomes more reasonable. I submitted multiple stories that are never approved, but this garbage makes it through.

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porcus 1 months

And all of the random linked articles were suddenly replaced... with fearp0rn.

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porcus 1 months

The full range of COVID symptoms is as follows: Fever or chills Cough Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing Fatigue Muscle or body aches Headache New loss of taste or smell Sore throat Congestion or runny nose Nausea or vomiting Diarrhea

Joshua
Joshua 1 months

So, exactly what they've been saying since April? Got it.

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