Covid, how to recognise the symptoms of Centaurus? Beware of stuffy nose and dry cough

Among the most common signs of the Centaurus subvariant, the British study ‘ZOE Covid’ also mentions night sweats and severe fatigue

The latest Omicron subvariant, which left India in early May, has been dubbed ‘Centaurus’ on social media.

It is now widespread in many countries around the world, including Italy, which recorded its first case from 11 to 17 July.

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The scientists behind the British ‘ZOE Covid’ study advise to pay attention to a sore throat, stuffy nose, dry cough and severe tiredness in the morning, even after a good night’s sleep, as the most common symptoms reported earlier this month.

But not only that, night sweats and headaches have also been reported by those who have contracted the virus in recent weeks.

At the moment, the symptoms of Centaurus also seem to include those characteristic of earlier versions of Omicron and already known, i.e. colds, fever and muscle aches.

Researchers at the ‘Zoe Health Study’, a platform set up in Great Britain and already active in scientific research into cancer, dementia and heart disease, which is investigating the new Covid symptoms thanks to the collaboration of more than 800,000 users, remain vigilant on the subject.

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