By Tynasia Southerland
In 2019, the Coronavirus came to America from China. It is difficult to tell when someone has the virus because the symptoms may not appear immediately.
The The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has advised people to wear masks and gloves and to refrain from touching their faces. Citizens are also asked to keep their hands clean with hand sanitizer and wash them for at least half a minute.
Before April 27, symptoms of the Coronavirus were strictly similar to the common cold or flu: a dry cough, fatigue, and a fever. However, within the last few days, new symptoms have been discovered.
Patients infected by the Coronavirus have reported new symptoms that they experienced: loss of taste and smell, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills and repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, and sore throat. These symptoms are most likely to appear fourteen days after the victim has been infected.
If anyone is experiencing any of these symptoms that are not caused by other activities such as exercising or working, then he or she could seek immediate medical attention.