Sneezing is the main symptom of coronavirus in vaccinated patients.
According to the coronavirus-focused ZOE COVID Symptom Study, frequent sneezing may be a symptom of COVID-19. The named sign often occurs in patients who have previously been vaccinated and do subsequently become infected.
Sneezing is not usually an obvious sign of COVID-19, and is not even among the most common symptoms. The latter include fever, chills, persistent cough, loss of sense of smell, headache, shortness of breath, chest pain, bowel problems, and more. At the same time, sneezing is extremely common during the warm season and is more often a symptom of allergies.
Specialists have explained that frequent sneezing without explanation after a vaccination can be a sign of COVID-19. If this sign appears in vaccinated patients, doctors recommended staying home and being tested for coronavirus.
Earlier, Vladimir Gushchin, head of the Gamaleya Center, said that young Russians have become harder to tolerate the coronavirus. “People, on the contrary, are getting sicker, the disease is “getting younger,” there are a large number of severe cases among young people,” the specialist said.