The Delta Variant Has Less Symptoms Than Original Covid. It’s a Lot Like the Common Cold.

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It sounds like a normal flu. Catch it and get it over with. What’s the big deal? Studies out of Israel are saying that people who have had Covid are 7 times less likely to be affected by a variant than those that were vaccinated. So just catch the friggin’ thing already and you’ll be better off.

Let’s look at the symptoms:

-“2. Is the Delta variant more dangerous than other variants of concern?

According to surveys conducted in the U.K., where Delta accounts for ~90% of current COVID-19 cases, symptoms of Delta tend to be a little different than other strains, but that does not necessarily mean the associated symptoms are more severe. Fever, headache, sore throat and runny nose are common, while cough and loss of smell are not. Other reports link Delta to more serious symptoms, including hearing impairment, severe gastrointestinal issues and blood clots leading to tissue death and gangrene. Research is ongoing to determine if Delta infection is associated with increased hospitalization and death. One early study assessing the risk of hospital admission in Scotland reported that hospitalization is twice as likely in unvaccinated individuals with Delta than in unvaccinated individuals with Alpha.”

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The Delta variant is being compared to the common cold. Oh no!!! The horror!!!

-“Dr. David Priest, an infectious disease specialist with Novant Health, said while the loss of taste and smell was the most telltale sign of the coronavirus throughout the pandemic, many getting sick with Delta present with more vague symptoms, like a runny nose or sore throat.”

 

 

h/t Hot Dog Harry

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