Skin Rash A New COVID-19 Symptom


17 percent of respondents testing positive for COVID-19 revealed a rash as the main indication of the sickness.



One of every five individuals (21 percent) who were affirmed as being tainted with COVID-19 , revealed rash as their lone indication.



The investigation has placed the rashes into three sorts – hive-type rash (urticaria) – raised bothersome rash that shows up on the skin; thorny warmth or chickenpox-type rash; COVID fingers and toes (chilblains) – rosy and purplish knocks on the fingers or toes, which might be sore however not normally irritated


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