Suara.com – Health experts have urged everyone to inject the Covid-19 vaccine. Although there are still people who are infected after vaccination, vaccination still prevents severe infections and has better immunity.
In the midst of the emergence of the Omicron variant with mild symptoms, experts still advise everyone to stick to the Covid-19 vaccine.
Although there are still many people who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19 for various reasons, whether they are afraid of vaccination or others.
In fact, there is a lot of speculation as to why the Omicron variant is lighter than other coronavirus variants.
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Some experts attribute it to the natural immunity acquired from previous Covid-19 coronavirus infections, others emphasize the role of vaccines in combating severe infections.
But according to the Times of India, those who belong to a high-risk group and have not been vaccinated may be vulnerable to complications related to the Covid-19 coronavirus.
The most important thing is that you should know the symptoms of the Omicron variant in people who have and have not been vaccinated, especially in the case of severe infections.
Reports suggest headaches, runny nose, joint pain, sore throat are common symptoms of the Omicron variant in people who are fully vaccinated.
Meanwhile, more severe symptoms of the Omicron variant, including difficulty breathing and shortness of breath, can occur if you don’t get vaccinated.
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According to Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, an infectious disease specialist at the University of California, San Francisco, vaccinated people tend to experience symptoms of the Omicron variant for a shorter period of time.
Meanwhile, people who have been fully vaccinated will have symptoms for 1 or 2 days. People who are not vaccinated may experience symptoms of the Omicron variant for 5 days or more.
When compared to the Delta variant, persistent cough, loss of sense of smell and taste, and high fever are rare in the Omicron variant.