About 35% of sick children suffer from loss of appetite, most often babies under the age of one year are affected.
Experts report that the “British” strain of coronavirus occurs in children with a number of distinctive symptoms.
According to experts, more than half of sick children experience fatigue, many become withdrawn. In infants, the disease can manifest itself in fits of tantrums and crying.
At the same time, more than half of the children complained of headache. In addition, they may experience abdominal pain at the same time. Doctors advise parents to pay attention to this.
“Temperatures as 37C or above are found in almost half of the infected children,” experts say.
Also, a sore throat may indicate the presence of an infection in the body. In addition, about 35 percent of babies under one year old suffer from loss of appetite.
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The discovery of a new mutation of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 in the UK was announced in mid-December. The Advisory Council on New and Emerging Respiratory Viral Threats in Britain has confirmed that this version of coronavirus is spreading at a greater rate and requires the population to be more cautious.
On 7 January, Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, stated that the mutated COVID-19 strain had been detected in 22 European countries.
The British mutation has already become the main one at home, has spread to 22 European countries and is likely to displace the rest.
The British mutation has already become a staple in the “homeland,” has already spread around the world.