The symptoms of novel coronavirus have developed since they were first identified, from only being a respiratory virus to an infection that could easily attack and destroy vital body organs. Many infections (40 percent) are often asymptomatic in nature, indicating that they do not exhibit normal disease symptoms, but they may transmit the disease to others.
Some of the most frequently recorded symptoms by patients worldwide include dry cough, fever, headache, back pain, loss of smell and taste, muscle pain, fatigue, shortness of breath, as the symptoms will say a lot about the type of COVID-19 infection you have.
Now, newer symptoms such as brain fog, confusion, myalgia, nausea, dizziness have also been added by medical authorities as indicators of COVID-19 to look out for. The severity of your infection can also be predicted by how the symptoms are or how the first week progresses.