COVID-19 does appear to affect brain function in some people. Specific neurological symptoms seen in people with COVID-19 include loss of smell, inability to taste, muscle weakness, tingling or numbness in the hands and feet, dizziness, confusion, delirium, seizures, and stroke.
While it’s well known that the upper airways and lungs are primary sites of SARS-CoV-2 infection, there are clues the virus can infect cells in other parts of the body, such as the digestive system, blood vessels, kidneys and, as this new study shows, the mouth.Mar 25, 2021
Although respiratory symptoms predominate the clinical manifestations of COVID-19, gastrointestinal symptoms have been observed in a subset of patients. Notably, some patients have nausea/vomiting as the first clinical manifestation of COVID-19, which is often overlooked by people.Oct 17, 2020
The most common side effects after the second dose were injection site pain (92.1% reported that it lasted more than 2 hours); fatigue (66.4%); body or muscle aches (64.6%); headache (60.8%); chills (58.5%); joint or bone pain (35.9%); and a temperature of 100° F or higher (29.9%).Sep 3, 2021
Different people experience COVID vaccine side effects differently, and they run the gamut from fatigue, arm pain at the injection site, headache, dizziness, and redness and swelling around the injection to delayed effects that present a few days later, like muscle pain in various body partsAug 19, 2021