What is the first sign of coronavirus in children? Experts say the most important thing

Aging (Monitoring Desk) Symptoms of coronavirus in children do not start with a fever, so it is difficult to detect the virus in them. Now experts have given parents some of the signs they can use to find out if their child has contracted the coronavirus. According to Mail Online, researchers at Tongji Hospital in Wuhan, China, have found that children infected with the coronavirus usually have diarrhea and nausea. In some cases, they even start vomiting.
Researchers have asked parents to keep an eye on their children and get them tested for the coronavirus immediately if they have symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and vomiting, as these may be symptoms of an infectious disease. If these symptoms persist for several days, there is a strong possibility that the child has contracted the coronavirus. According to the report, in this very limited scale study, experts analyzed the symptoms of children suffering from 5 coronaviruses. All of these children were under 5 years old. All of these children had been suffering from patches and nausea for several days in a row. The two children had been suffering from patches for more than 7 days and had developed gastroenteritis, which is caused by having patches for a long time.

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