Omicron signals are 2 days shorter than Delta’s

April 8, 2022

COVID-19 signals generated by the Omicron model last about two days shorter than signals from the Delta model, according to a new study published in The Lancet.

In addition, among those fully enrolled, an Omicron patient had a 25% lower risk of admission to hospital compared with Delta.

“A brief review of the symptoms suggests (awaiting confirmation from viral load studies) that the duration of the disease is much shorter, resulting in poor health policies and guidelines. , ”the authors wrote.

Researchers from King’s College London analyzed data from the ZOE COVID app, which collects data on personal reporting indicators. In this study, the researchers looked at detainees who kept a telephone log of their COVID-19 symptoms after the onset of the disease.

The research team reviewed the data from June to November 2021, when Delta was counted in more than 70% of cases, and from December to mid -January, when Delta was counted. Omicron in more than 70% of cases. The patients – about 5,000 in each group – were compared and compared with a man of the same age, a woman and the amount of medication in the other group.

The short -term duration of Omicron was more pronounced among those with three color palettes. Signals were available at about 7.7 days in the Delta-dominant months and 4.4 days in the Omicron-dominant months, which is a difference of 3.3 days.

Among those who received the two cannabis doses, signals from Delta lasted for 9.6 days and signals from Omicron lasted for 8.3 days, changing to 1.3 days.

The symptoms are different. The smell is more common during the Delta, and a sore throat and hoarse voice are more common during the Omicron. Different types of coronavirus have common symptoms such as runny nose, headache and runny nose, but debilitating symptoms such as dizziness, dizziness and fever are the least common cases. Omicron.

In addition, there was a lower rate of hospital admissions during the Omicron period than during the Delta period, the authors wrote, probably due to a lower incidence of low -grade hospital admissions in patients. Omicron.

“The clinical manifestations associated with inflammatory bowel disease by the SARS-CoV-2 omicron variant were different, pleasant, and longer duration than those reported by the delta mean between those who were detained, ”the authors wrote. “However, this may not be the case with those who are not arrested.”

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