Are the Delta Variant symptoms different from those of the COVID-19?“The answer is to take a COVID-19 test rather than judging it by yourself.”
The traditional symptoms of the original covid were coughs, fever and loss of test, which are not really consistent with those reported to the health authorities.
The delta virus can manifest with symptoms that many could attribute to just a cold or allergy such as a runny nose or a sore throat.
Some also report their headaches.
Fevers can also be noted. Of course, cough is also common.
It is important to get tested if you do not feel well, don't assume that it cannot be COVID because of your symptoms.
Associate Professor Alice Lee is a Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist, Clinical Associate Professor at Macquarie University and currently leads the Liver Services at Concord and Canterbury Hospitals. She is a Korean Australian specialist.