- While most COVID-19 symptoms are mild, there are a few emergency symptoms that warrant immediate medical attention.
- Some of these warning signs, according to the CDC, include trouble breathing, confusion, and an inability to stay awake.
- To date, the U.S. has seen more than 24.5 million coronavirus cases and upwards of 408,000 associated deaths.
With the U.S. still seeing close to 200,000 new coronavirus infections per day, it's as important as ever for people to remain cognizant of common COVID-19 symptoms. And because COVID symptoms tend to mirror symptoms typically seen with the flu, it's equally as crucial for people to get tested for the virus if they've been exposed to someone who may have it or if they start noticing symptoms.
While many of the more common COVID symptoms are likely familiar to most everyone by now (i.e. fever, chills, cough, body aches, the sudden loss of taste and smell, fatigue) there are a few emergency COVID warnings signs that warrant immediate medical attention.
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