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‘Mild’ symptoms may not feel mild when it comes to COVID-19

Director of the CDC says that just because you are experiencing ‘mild’ COVID-19 symptoms, doesn’t mean your experience will be.

orange COVID-19 virus, symptoms aren't always mild

COVID-19 vaccines have decreased the severity of the symptoms people experience when infected.


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What is considered ‘mild’?

The director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, : Dr. Rochelle Walensky made a comment about symptoms being called ‘mild’. Read about it here.

She said, “‘milder’ does not mean ‘mild.’ And, we cannot look past the strain on our health systems and substantial number of deaths — nearing 2,200 a day as a result of the extremely transmissible omicron variant.”

Labeling the Omicron symptoms as mild is misleading.

However, “COVID-19 vaccines have decreased the severity of the omicron variant and led to less likeliness of hospitalizations and deaths for many.”

COVID-19 vaccines have decreased the severity of the omicron variant and led to a reduced likelihood of hospitalizations and deaths for many.


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