The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention is trying their best to prevent people from getting diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus. Recently CDC added new sickness symptoms to the list of COVID-19 symptoms, which everyone needs to have a look for because it will help them to detect the virus. CDC gathered a wide range of symptoms that will help people to find out about mild to severe illness in their body. According to this report, primary symptoms of the COVID-19 virus might appear after 2 to 14 days of exposure to the virus. The following are the symptoms for COVID-19 shortness of breath, the difficulty of breathing, fever, chills, headache, muscle pain, loss of taste, or smell.
Fever, cough, and difficulty in breathing are the significant symptoms found out COVID-19 patients so far. Health officials of the CDC think that it depends upon the judgment of a patient if they find any signs and symptoms relating to the COVID-19 virus, and they need to be tested immediately. Sometimes people with no symptoms might also get infected because they will develop this after some days of exposure to the coronavirus. Still, significant symptoms cannot be ignored by anyone considering the possibility of having been diagnosed with this deadly virus.
Since the farmers market has been open, there is a quiet possibility that many people will meet others to do business; however; the social distancing still needs to be followed considering the present situation. Local hotels are providing shelter services for people who are homeless and are on the verge of diagnosing with this virus because many people have become jobless, which is making their condition difficult during this pandemic situation. Lots of agencies are working 24 by 7 hours to provide necessary services to the general people. Since the development of vaccines is still in the process, isolation is the only proven public health care practice that is being followed by hospitals across the country.