One of the tricky aspects of COVID-19 is that infected individuals experience a wide range of different diseases. The virus can wreak havoc on the gastrointestinal system of one patient, while it causes shortness of breath and fever in another.
To help sort through some confusion, a new study, which has not been peer reviewed, revealed six distinct versions of the disease – each with its own cluster of symptoms – that may be the most common is. What’s more, researchers at King’s College found that each category of symptoms was likely to have different levels of severity of illness and need for hospitalization, hoping that health care professionals were able to treat patients in early stages of the disease. May be able to predict needs.