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LOW BACK PAIN – ANOTHER SYMPTOM OF THE OMICRON COVID-19 VIRUS…

The Omicron strain of Covid-19 has some unique symptoms which are quite different from other strains of the virus.

The 8 symptoms are :

  1. Runny nose
  2. Headache
  3. Fatigue (mild or severe)
  4. Sneezing
  5. Sore throat
  6. Low Back Pain
  7. Night Sweats
  8. Body Aches

Contributor reports also identified loss of appetite and brain fog as common symptoms.

Recently another symptom has been added to the list and that is low back pain.

The Telegraph wrote yesterday that new data from the Zoe study shows that low back pain is another symptom of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.

The Express and wrote yesterday that experts are also keen to stress that new symptoms could take up to 14 days after exposure to Omicron for any signs to start showing.

Experts have identified lower back pain as one of the core symptoms associated with the Omicron variant of COVID-19.

Analysing data from the UK, US and South Africa – where Omicron was first identified – experts believe the early stages of an Omicron infection could see people displaying signs of lower back pain.

The Manchester Evening News included low back pain as another symptom of Covid-19 and wrote that symptoms may appear as early as two days after being exposed to someone who has Omicron.

However, symptoms can take longer to appear, even up to 14 days after exposure, which is why if you’ve been exposed to the virus, you should either continue to test regularly (every day) or self-isolate for 10 days.

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