UK coronavirus symptoms in children could be different to adults
Children who get the UK coronavirus variant can show distinctive symptoms, Express writes.
Symptoms of coronavirus in adults may be easy to spot, however with children sometimes unable to communicate when they are feeling unwell some parents have been wondering what to watch for in their children.
In children, the main symptoms are the same as those in adults according to the NHS, with high temperature, new or continuous cough and a loss or change to their sense of smell and taste.
However, the ZOE symptom tracker app has also found a number of symptoms children with the virus have exhibited. These include fatigue, loss of appetite, headaches.
According to data from ZOE, 35% of children with a positive coronavirus test have reported a loss of appetite. And 53% of children who have tested positive have also reported headaches.