The delta variant of the novel coronavirus continues to circulate throughout the United States, and more symptoms of the variant have emerged.

New COVID symptoms among fully vaccinated

So far, researchers with the ZOE COVID symptom study said headaches, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat and loss of smell remain the most common COVID-19 symptoms among fully vaccinated people.

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In fact, ZOE COVID symptom study researchers said sneezing has emerged as a major issue for fully vaccinated people who got COVID-19. But that’s only half the story.

  • “It’s important to remember that the link between sneezing and COVID-19 isn’t very strong, so you should stay alert to the 20 symptoms of the disease, whether or not you’ve been vaccinated,” researchers wrote, according to The Hill.

Top 21 COVID symptoms after vaccination

The COVID Symptom study has a list of 21 COVID-19 symptoms to watch out for if you are worried you might be infected with the novel coronavirus. The full list includes:

  1. Fever
  2. Chills
  3. Cough
  4. Loss or change in smell
  5. Loss or change in taste
  6. Headache
  7. Fatigue
  8. Sore throat
  9. Confusion or delirium
  10. Skin rash
  11. COVID tongue (more on that here)
  12. COVID fingers/toes (more on that here)
  13. Shortness of breath
  14. Chest pains
  15. Muscle pain
  16. Hoarse voice
  17. Diarrhea
  18. Skipped meals
  19. Abdominal pains
  20. Runny nose
  21. Sneezing

“We have shown that testing everybody experiencing any of seven key symptoms — cough, fever, loss of smell, fatigue, sore throat, headache or diarrhea — would detect 96% of symptomatic coronavirus infections,” the researchers said. “If you start feeling ill, especially with any of the seven symptoms listed above, it could be COVID-19.”

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