As the COVID-19 variant Omicron continues to infect people, more symptoms have emerged.
Researchers say symptoms related to Omicron may be hard to stop.
What are the new symptoms to watch for?
The second most common symptom of the COVID-19 Omicron variant is headaches.
This symptom is easily ignored. This information comes from the updated Zoe COVID Symptom Study. Read more on it here.
The top symptom is runny nose. 73% of people reported a runny nose.
Headaches were reported by 68% of patients.
Fatigue, sneezing, sore throat and a hoarse voice are also some of the top reported symptoms.
The senior vice president and global medical director for International SOS, Dr. Robert Quigley made a statement.
He suggests over-the-counter medications and drinking water to help reduce the symptoms related to the COVID-19 variant Omicron.