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The Most Common Symptoms People With Omicron Just Revealed

You have just discovered the most common sign of Omicron.

This means that if you notice that you suddenly have these particular symptoms – and you do not have hay fever – then it is likely that you are infected.

People with runny nose at this time are more likely to have omicrons


People with runny nose at this time are more likely to have omicronscredit: Getty – Contributor
top 20 current covid symptoms


top 20 current covid symptoms

Professor Tim Spector behind the ZOE Symptom Study app – where Brits log how they are feeling – shared the latest top 20 symptoms in the UK.

These include sneezing, headache, muscle aches, eye pain and disrupted eating.

But he said most people unwell with the bug right now report a runny nose, making it the top symptom.

He said: “The runny nose starts to creep up. Every time I look it’s high.

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“Currently 83 percent of people with Kovid have a runny nose.”

Omicron is a mild strain and therefore causes mild symptoms in most patients, especially those vaccinated.

Most people will recover from this at home when they rest for a few days with flu or cold-like symptoms.

Some may have only one or two symptoms, but most people have a runny nose.

Hay fever season has started with Brits facing off a pollen bomb last week.

This means it will be even more difficult to know whether your runny nose is hay fever or covid, especially as free trials have been abolished.

But from the latest ZOE data – if you have a runny nose, chances are you have Omicron.

Covid is still very prevalent in the UK, but cases have dropped from the huge peaks a few weeks ago when BA.2 – a subtype of Omicron – took down thousands of Britons.

Prof Spector warned that, while cases are still high, patients in the hospital look like they are no longer increasing.

Infections hit record highs in recent weeks, with one in 12 people in England battling the bug in March.

In the latest figures, the Office for National Statistics said that one in 14 is now infected in the country.

Prof Spector said: “The case count continues to decline and the rate is slightly faster than last week.”

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Dr Mary Ramsay, Public Health Program Director at the UK Health Protection Agency, said: “It is encouraging that hospital admissions have stopped this week and we will continue to monitor this closely in the coming weeks.

“If you have any symptoms of a respiratory infection such as a high temperature try to stay at home or away from other people – especially those who are elderly or frail.

“Vaccination is required for all eligible people, so if you’re not up to date, please make sure you get your latest jab.”

Health officials say vaccines are the best line of defense, with a new study showing symptoms in triple jaw last more than an average of half the time of a common cold.

Vasant boosters are being prepared for certain groups in the society to keep their immunity high.

Free tests have now ended for most people in England, with Britons being held responsible for any illness.

Only vulnerable people, including those in high-risk jobs and health conditions, would be eligible to take swabs without being paid.

The Most Common Symptoms People With Omicron Just Revealed


Everyone else in England will now have to pay around £1 for a swab or a pack of tanners to test whether they have the virus.

The covid isolation rules have changed now as well. Confirmed cases are advised to stay at home for five days, when they are most contagious.

Children and young people who are sick and have high temperatures should stay at home and avoid contact with others if possible.

When they don’t have a fever and are healthy enough, they can go back to school, college, or childcare.

Anyone who has signs or symptoms of a COVID or respiratory infection – cough, sneezing, stuffy/runny nose, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, temperature, feeling generally unwell – should stay home.

Under new government guidance from today they should try to avoid contact with other people unless they feel well enough and have a high temperature.

Anyone who has tested positive for COVID is now advised to stay at home and avoid contact with people for five days.

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Those who need to leave home will be asked to avoid close contact with vulnerable people, wear face masks and avoid crowded places, such as crowded trains.

It is still important to allow fresh air indoors, to wear face coverings in crowded or closed spaces, and to wash your hands regardless of symptoms.

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