There are two types of coronavirus: the first, which is very mild, is spread by coughing or sneezing, and is often only associated with close contact.
The second, which affects people with weakened immune systems, is more severe, and can lead to life-threatening pneumonia, organ failure and death.
Symptoms can include fever, cough, runny nose, muscle pain, nausea, and vomiting.
These can all be treated with antibiotics.
People who have experienced a milder type of coronovirus can have a mild fever or cough, and those with severe cases may develop pneumonia, the most common type of pneumonia.
The severity of the pneumonia varies depending on the severity of illness, the location and type of infection, and the severity and duration of the symptoms.
People with chronic lung disease, chronic bronchitis, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can also develop pneumonia.
People with these diseases are most at risk for developing pneumonia, since they have weakened immune responses and less protection from the virus.
The illness is more likely to develop if the patient is at high risk for pneumonia.
For most people, there are no symptoms or signs of infection in the first three to six days after exposure to the coronaviruses.
If the first few days after an exposure are particularly rough for you, you may want to seek medical care if you notice any of the following signs:Irritability, restlessness, irritability, difficulty concentrating, difficulty sleeping, shortness of breath, or difficulty urinating.
If you feel unwell, call your doctor.
You may also experience a fever of more than 104.6 degrees F (39.2 C), a cough, sneezes, or a runny or runny-mouthed nose.
These symptoms are more likely if you are exposed to an infection that can cause cough, fever, or inflammation.
In some cases, the coughing, sneeze, or runy-mouting may be due to exposure to a different type of virus.
In other cases, your immune system may be weakened or you may have a chronic respiratory illness or chronic obstructing pulmonary disease.
Your doctor may want you to take a blood test to check your viral load, and they may also want to check if your viral levels are higher than usual.
These symptoms can be more likely for people who are exposed for prolonged periods of time.
In addition, people with these conditions are at higher risk of developing pneumonia.
In those cases, doctors may recommend antibiotics to help treat the infection.
There are other reasons why you may be more susceptible to coronaviral illness:The coronavire is also spread by respiratory-disease symptoms.
For example, cough and sneezings may occur more frequently and be associated with a cough and/or wheeze.
However, it is very uncommon for people to develop pneumonia from these respiratory-related symptoms.
In some people, a weakened immune system can lead them to have a more severe type of illness that can be fatal.
In these cases, it’s important to seek immediate medical attention if symptoms develop.
These are some of the most commonly reported coronavirocotoxin symptoms in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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