COVID-19 symptoms vary widely, and in some cases, people may not experience any symptoms at all, but that doesn't mean they haven't been infected and potentially spread it to others.
Some COVID-19 symptoms can last for months after the initial infection has passed, people that are experiencing these symptoms have been commonly referred to as "long haulers". In a discussion with Columbia University, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the White House, outlined some of the most common "long hauler" symptoms.
If you think you have had or are having any of these symptoms, its possible that you have contracted COVID-19 and have survived it without even knowing. However, some of the symptoms of the virus can remain, and in some cases, can last for as long as several months. In the entirety of this article, you will find Dr. Fauci's list of most-common long hauler symptoms. For more information, check out this link here.
- Severe Fatigue
- Shortness of Breath
- Brain Fog
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