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What are the symptoms of omicron?

By Tim Spector, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, King's College London
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For nearly two years, millions of members of the public have been submitting daily health reports to the ZOE COVID Study, helping us to track the pandemic as it unfolds. In particular, the 480 million reports submitted via the study’s app have shown that as the virus has evolved, so too have the symptoms it causes.

Back in 2020, it quickly became clear that the original and alpha versions of the coronavirus caused three very common symptoms – cough, fever and loss of smell – as well as at least 20 others. These included fatigue,…The Conversation

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