In light of recent case alerts Coronavirus and next winter influenza, it is recommended to learn to recognize the symptoms of both diseases in order to distinguish them. This helps us prevent and take corrective action immediately before spreading the disease or taking appropriate medication.
Both COVID-19 and the flu are Diseases that can spread from person to person through direct contact. Both spread primarily through large and small particles containing the virus, which are expelled when someone with COVID-19 or the flu coughs, sneezes or talks. When these particles reach the mouth or nose of a nearby person, they can be inhaled through the respiratory tract.
Generally speaking, transmission occurs in Inhaling large and small droplets, However, a person can become infected by touching another person or touching a surface or object that has the virus on it, and then touching their own mouth, nose, or eyes.
Although people believe Virus Viruses that cause COVID-19 and influenza viruses spread in similar ways. The virus that causes coronavirus is usually more contagious Than the flu virus. Additionally, COVID-19 has been observed to be much more widespread than influenza, which causes it to spread more quickly, leading to continued spread from person to person over time.
people infected with coronavirus They can spread it to others before they develop symptomsif they have mild symptoms or no symptoms (asymptomatic people).
COVID-19 and Flu Symptoms
coronavirus disease symptoms They may include fever, cough, fatigue, muscle or body aches, congestion, difficulty breathing, sore throat, headache, sneezing, vomiting/diarrhea, or loss of taste/smell.Symptoms appear in The second day and the fourteenth day After infection.
flu symptoms They may include fever, chills, headache, body aches, dry cough, fatigue, stuffy nose and sore throat. Some children may experience vomiting and diarrhea.Symptoms appear around Day one and day four After contact with a patient.
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Complications of COVID-19 and Flu
These illnesses can have very serious consequences, so it is recommended that you take immediate action and receive professional medical care if you experience any of these symptoms.
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath.
- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen.
- Persistent dizziness, confusion, and difficulty waking up.
- Don’t urinate.
- Severe muscle pain.
- Severe weakness or instability.
- Fever or cough improves but comes back or gets worse.
- Chronic disease worsens.
- Difficulty breathing.
- Persistent pain or pressure in your chest.
- Unable to wake up or stay awake.
- Pale, gray, or blue skin, lips, or nail beds, depending on skin tone.