Dengue, malaria or corona, whose infection is fatal after all
With the onset of monsoon season, there is also concern about infectious diseases like malaria and dengue, which also spread through mosquito bites. However, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it becomes confusing for a person to understand what they are infected with, as their symptoms are mostly similar. The cases of malaria and dengue increase during the monsoon season and can be fatal.
Three diseases, which are respiratory in nature and cause inflammation, however, COVID-19, malaria and dengue fever, chills, cough, cold, sore throat, headache, fatigue, weakness, difficulty in breathing, all can be. Happens in different ways. If a person is infected with dengue, the person will have very high fever, severe headache, Joint and muscle pain, nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhoea may occur. Dengue patients may also suffer from shortness of breath, bleeding nose and gums, and a drop in blood pressure which can sometimes result in shock.
If someone is infected with malaria, they may have fever, headache and chills. If these initial symptoms are not treated for 24 hours, the disease then progresses to serious illness and can result in death. Children infected with malaria may suffer from severe anaemia, respiratory distress in relation to metabolic acidosis, cerebral malaria.
When infected with Covid-19, people have a loss of smell and taste.
In Covid-19, a person shows symptoms of inflammation in the upper respiratory tract, such as cough, change in voice, burning in the throat. These symptoms are not common in dengue and malaria.
In COVID-19, gastrointestinal symptoms are not common.
Breathlessness, chest pain or shortness of breath is not common in dengue and malaria.
Dengue and malaria often begin with a headache or weakness, which is not common when a person is exposed to COVID-19.
While the symptoms of COVID-19 appear only 2-3 days after contracting, dengue and malaria have a longer onset period.
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