Now, the COVID symptoms could be associated more with upper respiratory issues, as the virus tends to linger in nasal passages If you think that loss of sense and smell or shortness of breath are the indicators that you have contracted COVID then you can't be more wrong.
Over past years as the coronavirus has mutated, the symptoms related to the infection have also changed. Though the symptoms related to the virus are stated to be milder now, it is extremely essential to understand what you are dealing with and identify the early signs of the disease.
Currently, Omicron BA.5 is the dominant variant worldwide and experts suggest that this time, the symptoms could be associated more with upper respiratory issues, as the virus tends to linger in nasal passages and other respiratory system parts above the lungs.
For COVID patients, this is not about just feeling tired but, the person feels completely wiped out even after taking enough rest.