Omicron symptoms: Study finds runny nose, headache, fatigue among common symptoms

Most of those in the study were vaccinated and did not experience severe illness or require hospitalization.

News 12 Staff

Dec 22, 2021, 11:30 AM

Updated 903 days ago

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A new British study has released the symptoms many are experiencing when contracting the Omicron variant.
The study found only 50% of people sickened by Omicron experienced the three usual symptoms associated with coronavirus – fever, cough, or loss of smell or taste.
Scientists say the top symptoms of Omicron are actually runny nose, headache, scratchy throat and fatigue.
Most of those in the study were vaccinated and did not experience severe illness or require hospitalization.


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