Covid symptoms may be changing because of Indian variant
Researchers say the symptoms people are reporting when they have Covid-19 have changed since the emergence of the Delta variant first seen in India.
Until this point, people have been urged to watch for three key symptoms that could show they have contracted Covid-19. They are a dry, persistent cough, a fever and a loss of sense of taste or smell.
But leading scientists say there are new signs you should now watch for. Headaches, sore throat and a runny nose are now the most commonly reported symptoms linked to the Delta variant of the coronavirus.
Meanwhile, the Imperial College London React study found a wide range of other symptoms that were linked to coronavirus. These included, chills, loss of appetite, a headache and muscle aches.