Britons reveal previously unknown symptoms of the “Omicron” mutant

British scientists have revealed new, previously unknown symptoms of the “Omicron” mutant.

And it turned out that “Omicron”, like previous strains of the Corona virus, may deal a blow to the human brain.

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Scientists said that people with the “Omicron” mutation may develop what is called “brain fog”. This came in the reports contained in the ZOE COVID electronic application dedicated to monitoring the situation related to the Corona virus epidemic in Britain.

And the newspaper “Daily Express” said that in the case of “Omicron” infection, the known symptoms such as coughing, fever and changes in taste and smell may not appear, but the so-called “brain fog” can appear in the form of slow and unclear thinking in patients.

And the doctor, Andrew Badson, added: “It appears that “Omicron” affects various parts of our body, including our brain and other organs.”

It is reported that the Russian epidemiologist, Rojintsova, had announced earlier that “Omicron” was able to infect the lungs faster, while its symptoms, “according to the doctor, resemble the course of acute respiratory diseases such as fever, weakness and headache, however, the patient rarely loses his sense of smell.” and tasting.

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