Individuals who develop COVID 19 have had a wide array of symptoms and illness which can vary from mild to severe.

Symptoms typically—but not always—appear within 2-14 days following exposure to the virus.

The following symptoms may occur:


-difficulty breathing or shortness of breath.


-chills, repeated shaking with chills

-muscle pain, fatigue


-sore throat

-new loss of smell, taste


-skin rash

-runny nose

-red eyes

Children develop similar or milder symptoms than that of adults and generally have milder illness.

One should seek Immediate medical attention with any of the following developments —trouble breathing; persistent pain or pressure in the chest; new confusion or difficulty to arouse; bluish face or bluish lips.

Courtesy of the CDC

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