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What are the differences between omicron and Delta symptoms? Experts reveal

via:快科技     time:2022/1/15 18:00:47     readed:53

On January 15, according to CCTV news, the number of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world has topped 3.5 million since January.

The WHO briefing shows that in the last 30 days,58.5 per cent is the omicron strain, which is fast spreading and highly contagious and is rapidly replacing other variants.

What's the difference in symptoms between Omicron and Delta?

According to @news-one plus one official micro message, Yu Zujiang, head of the medical treatment group of anyang Fifth People's Hospital, said that the clinical manifestations of the Omicron strain are similar to that of ldquo; Alpha & throughout; Or & other; The delta & throughout; There are still some differences.

The clinical symptoms of the Delta strain are more obvious than those of the Omicron strain, requiring more manpower and material resources in treatmentOmicron does not have a professional clinical manifestation, it and influenza, alpha strains, delta strains of symptoms with a certain degree of crossover.

So it's relatively difficult for the average person to tell the difference between omicron's symptoms.

On the other hand,The infectivity of omicron virus, whose viral replication rate is much higher than that of Delta virus, is more stealthy and unpredictable,So guard against “ Omicron ” Is much more difficult than delta virus.

Therefore, for people with clinical symptoms, it is strongly recommended to go to the designated hospital or fever clinic for examination, including cough, sore throat, fatigue symptoms, even uncomfortable and no clear clinical manifestations, from high-risk areas to these people should also go to the examination.

感染奥密克戎和德尔塔症状有何不同?专家:德尔塔毒株临床症状更明显

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