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Since Omicron was discovered, the symptoms between it and other strains has been much discussed. The 'classic' Covid symptoms are at this point generally well known: a continuous cough, fever and loss of smell or taste.

But when it comes to Omicron, the symptoms reported have appeared to vary with two more unusual ones reported, writes The Mirror.

More and more people are falling ill to the virus every day with a record high of 20,217 new cases on January 3. In fact, Omicron accounts for 91 .1 percent of Covid cases in Scotland as of yesterday.

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