A pandemic comes and goes! But, the core essence of living is here to stay. That is what makes us human, after all! And, traveling certainly is a crucial part of it. While we may be adapting to the new ‘normal’ and taking every precaution we can, we can not completely rule out the chances of contracting this virus once we have stepped out of our homes. Hence, it is imperative to know what are the COVID-19 symptoms for travelers that indicate the need for a call of emergency or simple medical assistance. Go through our infographics and the story to know more.
COVID-19 Symptoms For Travelers: Beginner to Intermediate
- Fever or Chills
- Dry Cough
- Shortness of Breath
- Muscle Or Head Or Body Aches
- Loss of Taste or Smell
- Sore Throat
- Congestion or Runny Nose
- Nausea or Vomiting
COVID-19 Symptoms for Travelers: Intermediate to Advanced
Persistent Pain or Tightness in the Chest
If you feel a tightness in the chest or pain that you can’t explain, then call for help immediately.
Difficulty in breathing
If you can not breathe and are experiencing bouts of inexplicable breathlessness, please check into the emergency right away.
Confusion or Delirium
If you are confused and feverish and experiencing a state of delirium, please call for an emergency immediately.
Inability to Stay Awake
Can’t stay awake? And, it is not because you have been tired? Wait not! Please report to the medical authorities immediately.
Discolored Lips or Face
Your face is pale and your lips are blue or vice versa? RED ALERT! We recommend you call the medical authorities immediately.
Travelers or people with COVID-19 have had various reported symptoms, some mild, some serious, while some are asymptomatic too. In most cases so far, the symptoms appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. If these symptoms persist, then we recommend you seek medical attention.
**The above list does not include all possible symptoms. Please browse the story from time to time for any COVID-19 related symptom updates.**
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