The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently updated its isolation guidelines for those who are infected with COVID-19. In the new guidance. The CDC said that the transmission of COVID-19 happens when COVID-19 symptoms begin about two to three days after someone is infected, Desert reports.
- “Therefore, people who test positive should isolate for 5 days and, if asymptomatic at that time, they may leave isolation if they can continue to mask for 5 days to minimize the risk of infecting others,” the CDC said.
The most common symptoms for the coronavirus Omicron variant are as follows: runny nose, stuffy nose, sore throat, fatigue, and headaches.
According to The Insider, sore throat is the first most common symptom of its initial stage. It is later followed by sore throat, runny nose, dry cough, and body aches.
Doctors also say that people having received boosters have flu-like omicron symptoms, and they return to normal life a few days after catching the virus.
The majority of people suffer from high temperatures for the first three days only, according to specialists.