Google searches for stomach symptoms such as diarrhea predicts Covid-19 hotspots


Google may discover symptoms such as diarrhea and abdominal pain as an early warning for an outbreak of coronovirus, a study has shown.

Academics found that online search for symptoms showed an increase in coronovirus cases three to four weeks after the spike.

In New York, the discovery of ‘diarrhea’ almost doubled three weeks before the city cases of Kovid-19, one of 15 regions studied.

The NHS does not currently recognize diarrhea as an indication of the conflicting Kovid-19 story of its allies in the US.

It is simply a fever, a new cough and a loss of taste and smell that is a symptom of the virus, meaning that thousands of Britons who do not experience those effects may fail to isolate themselves and the early stages of their infection Can test during.

Scientists have already called diarrhea to be included in the list of symptoms for children in the UK, when it was included in the list of diseases, their ability to spot the disease in youth increased from 76 to 97 percent was.

Diarrhea can be an early warning sign of coronovirus. A study found that this rose was discovered in their area before the outbreak of coronovirus

Researchers (Stock) stated that the ability to detect children who had coronovirus increased from 76 percent to 97 percent when pain in the abdomen and intestine was associated with symptoms of the NHS.

Researchers (Stock) stated that the ability to detect children who had coronovirus increased from 76 percent to 97 percent when abdominal and intestinal pain was associated with symptoms of NHS.

What are the symptoms of coronavirus?

What the NHS says:

  • high temperature
  • New persistent cough
  • Loss of taste or smell

And what are the symptoms?

16 other symptoms of coronavirus have also been identified, although they remain to be listed by the NHS.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in the US updated its list back in May to include these symptoms:

  • Shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body ache
  • head ache
  • Sore throat
  • Goiter or runny nose
  • Vomiting or nausea
  • Diarrhea

The UK’s Kovid Symptoms App says there are many warning signs in addition to the disease.

It asked more than 3.9 million people to report daily how they are feeling.

When they feel unwell they are asked to report symptoms. Those who test positive for coronovirus then tell the app, which allows it to reveal lesser-known signs of the disease. It adds the following:

  • skin rash
  • Hives
  • Delirium
  • stomach ache
  • Pain in chest
  • Hoarse voice
  • To hurt
  • Dizzy or light-headed

The study by Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston used Google Trends to monitor digital queries for ‘diarrhea’, ‘loss of appetite’ and ‘loss of appetite smell’ in 15 states between 20 January and 20 April. Gone.

This revealed a relationship between discoveries of these conditions and an increase in cases of coronovirus approximately one month later.

The five states with the strongest correlation were New York, New Jersey, California, Massachusetts, and Illinois.

The research was published in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

Gastroenterologist of Massachusetts General Hospital, Drs. Kyle Staller wrote in the study: ‘Gastrointestinal symptoms are a precursor to Kovid-19 infection.

‘The Google trend can be an important tool for Kovid-19’s geographic hotspots and other epidemiological diseases with gastrointestinal manifestations.’

UK health chiefs have repeatedly been accused of being behind the curve when it comes to fighting coronovirus for its frequent refusal to list intestinal problems as symptoms of the disease.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the US revised its website four months ago to include diarrhea, a runny or blocked nose, nausea, and five others.

Professor Tim Spector, an epidemiologist at King’s College London, warned that Britain’s list of symptoms was still ‘very limited’ and lagged behind in other countries around the world.

Speaking to MailOnline, he said: ‘By stating only three symptoms we are failing to provide people with all the information they need to take action.’

Their Kovid Symptom Study app, where users are feeling unwell and whether they have tested positive for coronovirus, what symptoms appear, has identified 20 possible symptoms.

“What our data has shown is that symptoms such as headaches and fatigue are more common than classical symptoms,” he said.

‘We present children under 18 and adults over 65 with various symptoms.’

The team behind the app is working directly with the government, and is hoping to add more features to the official list ‘soon’.

The limited number of recognized symptoms means that many potential infections can be missed in the early stages, increasing the risk that the disease may spread to others because people do not realize they are tested and self – Separation may be required.

Scientists in Northern Ireland earlier this month advised that vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain in children should be considered as symptoms of coronavirus.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now recognizes 11 Kovid-19 symptoms

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now recognizes 11 Kovid-19 symptoms

The UK has been accused of missing the 'majority' of the Kovid-19 cases because it still recognizes three tale-story signs of infection (NHS website, shown)

The UK has been accused of missing the ‘majority’ of the Kovid-19 cases because it still recognizes three tale-story signs of infection (NHS website, shown)

Dr. of Queen’s University Belfast Tom Waterfield told the BBC, ‘We are finding that diarrhea and vomiting are symptoms reported by some children and I think it is worth considering adding it to the list of known symptoms.’

Dr. Waterfield and other scientists studied 992 children, of which 68 were coronoviruses. His average age was 10 years.

By looking at children with fever, cough, and changes in smell or taste – the official Kovid-19 symptom – scientists have correctly identified 76 percent of children with coronovirus.

But when they added children who had stomach problems, it rose to 97 percent – 33 out of 34.

Dr. Waterfield and her colleagues wrote: ‘This study shows that almost half of children are asymptomatic when infected with SARS-CoV-2 and that the UK’s current testing strategy will fail to diagnose the majority of pediatric infections.’

The NHS, like the majority of health bodies worldwide, initially recognized just two symptoms of coronavirus – a dry and persistent cough and a fever.

But a mountain of evidence appeared months after the initial outbreak in China, showing rare symptoms due to the virus.

Health bosses dug their heels and refused to accept any new symptoms on their list despite growing reports that taste and smell should be included.

He finally cave-in in May, adding it to his list, but has since refused to recognize any additional symptoms of coronavirus.

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