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Coronavirus symptoms: COVID-19 second wave affecting younger age groups more, doctors warn people to check these symptoms – Times of India

While fever may not always be a tell-tale sign of contracting the infection, these are the typical symptoms being observed amongst younger people right now and…



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Dry mouth is characterised to be an oral symptom associated with COVID-19, and also common with a lot of other viral infections.
A dry mouth can disrupt the production of saliva in the mouth and further facilitate the spread of pathogens, including SARS-COV-2. While there’s no clinical evidence as to how COVID-19 could fuel this early symptom, doctors right now believe that dry mouth syndrome or Xerostomia happens when the virus attacks muscle linings and oral tissues present inside the mouth. It…

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