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Only in the Vaccinated !, a new symptom of COVID-19 appears that worries experts.


Experts have reported the results of a study carried out on more than 4,000,000 million people who have been vaccinated with the respective doses, a new symptom has appeared that worries the scientific community.

This is suggested by data from a large study conducted by the ZOE company and King’s College London, involving some 4 million people from around the world.

The authors recall that, although anticovid vaccines help control the pandemic, none provide 100% protection against the virus.

In this sense, they highlight that, although the main symptoms such as loss of smell, cough, fever, headaches and fatigue are still important, it has been discovered that sneezing a lot is “a more common sign of infection in vaccinated people” .

“Interestingly, our data shows that people who had been vaccinated and then tested positive for COVID-19 were more likely to report sneezing as a symptom compared to those who had not received an antidote,” the researchers note, adding that this suggests that “Sneezing a lot without explanation” after being inoculated could be a sign of coronavirus.

So if you’ve been vaccinated and start sneezing more often than normal without an explanation, you should get tested for covid-19 and isolate yourself, the authors say.

Also, as sneezing is “a key form of virus spread”, remember to cover yourself with a tissue or the inside of your elbow if you cough and sneeze “to minimize the spread of droplets” as well as avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth until hands are washed.

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