The autumn season has begun and with it the cough, cold and fever are increasing among the people.
People are confused about how to differentiate between a seasonal cough and a whooping cough.
However, British professor Jackie Smith said: “We all have a number of viruses that cause runny nose and sore throat but do not cough, however, if it is accompanied by a cough and it persists. If so, try corona virus testing.
“If you have a cough caused by the common cold and it is difficult to speak, you have to wake up at night or you feel very tired, it could be a sign of corona virus,” he said. ‘
A clear symptom of corona virus is difficulty breathing, which often precedes pneumonia. Flu or colds usually do not cause difficulty breathing until pneumonia develops.
People with the new corona virus usually have difficulty breathing between 5 and 10 days after a fever, but runny nose, sore throat, sneezing, and itchy eyes are all symptoms of an allergy or the common cold. It has nothing to do with the corona virus.