You may still get COVID even if you’re vaccinated; watch out for these 5 symptoms

These five symptoms are what the vaccinated people need to be alert for.

A recent study outlined five typical symptoms present in patients who have gotten the coronavirus vaccination in order to refute the myth that those who have already been exposed to the coronavirus are immune to future infections. The vaccinated persons should be on the lookout for these five symptoms, according to the UK’s ZOE COVID.

Chronic Cough

With COVID, a fresh, persistent cough is typical. Coughing for an extended period of time can make one feel sleepy. As a result, they could become too worn out to carry out even the most fundamental daily chores. Chronic coughs can be treated at home using herbal medications. Try sipping some ginger tea to ease the discomfort before a coughing spell starts.

Runny nose

According to the study, a runny nose is a usual symptom. This common sign was seen in previous COVID waves as well. Because it is a respiratory condition, many continue to experience runny noses even after obtaining the appropriate immunizations. Watery nasal discharge brought on by the viral infection is noticeable all day. Only a small percentage of people who have a runny nose also have blocked nasal channels. Sometimes steaming can be therapeutic.

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Nose blockage

Breathing is challenging when the nose is blocked. Despite being seated, you gasp for air. When a person can’t breathe normally while sleeping because of a blocked nose, sleeping becomes difficult. Instead of using nasal sprays, which might only provide transient comfort, it is best to breathe in steam to maintain the nasal passages free of infections.


A headache is also apparent along with a sore throat, a cough, and a blocked nose. Simple tasks like breathing could become quite challenging, which could have a significant impact on your head. Pain and headaches may also be brought on by the virus.

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Throat pain

During the early stages of the Omicron driven COVID wave, this symptom started to become one of the most prevalent. The ZOE COVID study discovered that among people who had had vaccinations, sore throats were the most common COVID symptoms. The symptoms of this illness include a persistent burning sensation in the throat, difficulty swallowing, and difficulty speaking.


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