Similarly to headaches, muscle pain is considered an “early” sign of coronavirus.

The ZOE explains: “COVID-related muscle pains can range from being mild to quite debilitating, especially when they occur alongside fatigue.

“For some people, this muscle pain stops them from doing day-to-day tasks.”

This sign can usually persist for two to three days, with some older people reporting longer duration.



Post source: Daily Express

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