Lifestyle Desk: Even if there are no symptoms, there is a way to know if you have been infected with the coronavirus.
Symptoms of coronavirus infection occur in some people, but not in others. According to various surveys, a large portion of the population in different countries has not been attacked by the virus. However, there are many people who have been infected but did not understand the symptoms.
There are enough doubts in the minds of people.
In the current context, even if you are attacked, you are more likely not to understand.
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the latest type of coronavirus, Delta, is highly contagious. On average, one in every one lakh people has come in contact with it. Even after taking two doses of the vaccine, people have become infected and are getting sick. ”
Now the question is how do you know if you have come in contact with ‘Kovid-19’ or not.
Monica Gandhi, an infectious disease specialist at the University of California, San Francisco, told Halfpost:
The epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Dr. Jennifer Nazzo said in the same report, “Since the ‘Delta variant’ is highly contagious, there is a strong possibility that you will be exposed to the virus if you are present in a crowd of people who do not know whether they have been vaccinated without a mask or without social distance.”
He added: “Exposure to the virus does not mean that you will be infected. It will depend on how much the people around you are infected, how long you have been with them, the rate at which those people are spreading the virus, and the ventilation system where you are. ”
Staying close to people, spending long periods of time together, if they spread the virus more and if the ventilation system in that place is weak, it is very possible for you to be infected with the virus.
Then comes your own body issues. How does the body react against the virus entering the body? Whether or not there is any ‘immunity’ due to vaccination or having been infected before will also be taken into consideration.
Another report from Halfpost said, “People who have been vaccinated are less likely to be diagnosed with the virus. This is because the vaccine creates an ‘immunity against the virus that varies from person to person and vaccine. This reduces the chances of any symptoms.
Some people feel that their immune system has been activated against something. Those perceptions are very similar to the side effects that occur after vaccination.
Increased immunity, activation symptoms are similar.
Dr. In the words of Monica Gandhi, “Even after vaccination, if someone comes in contact with the virus, they may feel tired.”
Experts at HealthLine.com say: “There is only one way to know for sure if someone has been exposed to the coronavirus. And after testing it while the infection is active, the result is ‘positive’. “Positive” results from antibody tests may be incorrect, although the chances are slim. “
If someone thinks he has Kovid-19, his job will depend on getting vaccinated.
According to the CDC, those who have not been vaccinated will have to stay in quarantine for 14 days if they develop symptoms.
At this time, it is necessary to keep a close eye on whether there are any other symptoms of ‘Covid-19’.
If any symptoms appear, you need to isolate yourself, get tested and take treatment.
And if anyone who has been vaccinated thinks or is convinced that they have been infected with the coronavirus, they should be tested after three to five days.
No matter where you are, you have to wear a mask. Social distance and hygiene must be strictly adhered to until the test results are negative.