By Sandee LaMotte, CNN Updated 1518 GMT (2318 HKT) July 17, 2020 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. (CNN)Each day new information comes out about the deadly novel coronavirus and Covid-19, the disease it causes, making it difficult to keep up with all that science has learned. Here’s a wrap-up of what has changed since the pandemic began and what you need to know now to keep you and your family safe. What are the symptoms of Covid-19? Fever, cough and shortness of breath: The big three are still the most common symptoms, but the list has grown over the months. We now know many common cold and flu symptoms can also play a role, such as a sore throat, headache, body and muscle aches, chills and shivers, a snotty or congested nose, intense fatigue (which can last longer than the illness), diarrhea, nausea and vomiting. New, bizarre symptoms: Skin rashes and “Covid-toes,” where the toes become red and swollen from tiny blood clots, are some of the newer symptoms that may be early warning signs of Covid-19. Read More Loss of smell from coronavirus: How to test your sense… Read full this story
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