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Not a novel by Jenny Erpenbeck – a moral journey One of the most important writers who work today The precision and humanity of the German writer is evident in these essays

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Doctors say this is a possible sign of coronavirus, but it’s not the only one to look out for

Coronavirus news seems to be getting worse day by day, despite two vaccines signaling “the light at the end of the tunnel” American deaths related to COVID-19 exceed 3 daily000, and a new mutation in the virus that appears to be more contagious (and possibly on its way to America) has been sent by the U. in a strict lock through Christmas What are the warning signals for severe COVID? Read on to see the CDC’s list of symptoms that require emergency care – “If someone has the following symptoms, get emergency medical care right away,” the agency says – and about your health and the health of others Make sure you don’t miss these safe signs you’ve had coronavirus1 You might feel persistent pain or pressure in your chest “Chest pain can also be the result of a heart problem or a non-cardiac cause, such as: B. gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD, a muscle or skeletal problem in the chest or even a symptom of COVID-19, “reports Practical Pain Management If you feel it, see a doctor right away as it may be a heart problem 2 You may have trouble breathing” The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is taking hold the lungs and airways and sometimes causes significant damage, “writes Peiting Lien, DPT, PT in Hopkins Medicine.” COVID-19 often leads to pneumonia and even acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), a serious lung injury Symptom of COVID-19, but it is the most serious”It can appear on its own without a cough. If your chest becomes tight or you feel like you can’t breathe deeply enough to fill your lungs, that’s a sign of quick action, experts say,” reports WRCB TV. If you experience difficulty breathing, call your doctor, local emergency department, or the emergency room immediately, “said American Medical Association President Dr Patrice Harris tells the station “If the shortness of breath is severe enough you should call 911,” Harris added 3 You may experience new confusion. “COVID-19 has also been reported to cause confusion in the elderly, especially those with severe infections donates “, reports the Mayo Clinic. This can also happen to people of all ages; The virus doesn’t just infect your lungs It Can Attack Your Brain RELATED: The New COVID Symptom Every Woman Must Know About 4 You May Not Wake Up Or Stay Awake If you are unable to wake up or are unable to stay awake, it may be due to a lack of oxygen, the Long-term fatigue can also indicate that you have post-COVID syndrome “brain fog, fatigue and difficulty concentrating,” said Dr Anthony Fauci said at the International AIDS Conference, “So this is something we need to look at seriously, as it could very well be a post-viral syndrome associated with COVID-19” RELATED: Dr Fauci only said if we were “normal” again 5 They may have bluish lips or a face. “Red blood cells provide oxygen to body tissues. Most of the time, almost all red blood cells in the arteries are oxygenated. These blood cells are bright red and the skin is pink or pink red, “reports Mt Sinai “Blood that has lost its oxygen is dark bluish-red. People whose blood is low in oxygen tend to have a bluish color on their skin. This condition is known as cyanosis” 6 The following may also be more common, according to the CDC occurring symptoms”A variety of symptoms have been reported in people with COVID-19 – from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms can appear 2 to 14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms can have COVID-19: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath Or breathing difficultiesFatigueMuscle or body aches and painsHeadacheNew loss of taste or smellDetensionClogged throat or runny nose possible symptoms, “says the CDC,” Call your GP if you experience other symptoms that seem severe or affect you. “Follow basic public health basics for yourself and help stop this surge, no matter where you live – wear a Ges Face mask, social distancing, avoid crowds, do not go indoors with people you are not seeking protection from (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, and do not visit any of these 35 places that are most likely to catch COVID to protect your life and the lives of others

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