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  2. Jan 9, 2024 · Federal health authorities, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, recommend testing no sooner than five days after a COVID-19 exposure, unless you develop symptoms...

  3. Jan 7, 2024 · COVID-19 symptoms may show 2-14 days after you've been exposed to the virus. This timeline depends on which variant you were exposed to. What is the most common incubation...

  4. Apr 4, 2024 · COVID-19 symptoms typically occur 214 days after exposure to the virus, most commonly after 5–6 days. Most people will experience mild-to-moderate symptoms during this period. The first...

  5. Mar 15, 2024 · Find a list of COVID-19 symptoms, when to seek emergency medical attention, the difference between COVID-19 and flu, and print resources and videos. Symptoms, testing, what to do if sick, daily activities, and more.

  6. Mar 27, 2024 · Typical COVID-19 symptoms often show up 2 to 14 days after contact with the virus. Symptoms can include: Dry cough. Shortness of breath. Loss of taste or smell. Extreme tiredness, called fatigue. Digestive symptoms such as upset stomach, vomiting or loose stools, called diarrhea. Pain, such as headaches and body or muscle aches. Fever or chills.

  7. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 include: Fever or chills. A dry cough and shortness of breath. Feeling very tired. Muscle or body aches. Headache. A loss of taste or smell. Sore throat....

  8. Sep 25, 2023 · Symptoms of COVID-19 typically appear 214 days after exposure to the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus. In this article, we discuss how long it takes for...

  9. Jan 27, 2022 · Symptoms of COVID-19 usually show up two to 14 days after exposure to SARS-CoV-2, but some people who are infected do not develop symptoms or feel ill. When this happens, a person is called asymptomatic.

  10. Jan 12, 2024 · Symptoms of COVID-19 may resemble common respiratory viruses, but there are some key differences. Knowing the differences in symptoms could help minimize the spread of these infectious...

  11. Mar 1, 2024 · They include fatigue, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, headache, body aches and cough. “All or any of those in isolation can still be Covid,” Dr. Gandhi said. Some...

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