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Study: Sore eyes can be a sign of COVID-19

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 18-01-2021
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Study: Sore eyes can be a sign of COVID-19
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Research has claimed sore eyes as a classic ocular symptom of COVID-19. Although the deadly virus originally affects the lungs and is a respiratory illness, it is known for its impacts on other parts of the body as well. While other medical complications caused by the virus may be more life-threatening, it is only important that we pay our utmost attention to all the symptoms related to the virus.

According to the World Health Organization, conjunctivitis was added to the list of less common symptoms of COVID-19. However, a recent study published in the BMJ Open Ophthalmology reported sore eyes as the most significant ocular symptoms observed in patients. The reports also suggested that ocular symptoms are prevalent in upto 4% to 31% of those with COVID-19 but may not be reported as they are usually not very severe or fatalistic. Additionally, a study conducted in China found that children suffering with COVID-19 also developed ocular problems including conjunctival discharge, eye rubbing, and conjunctival congestion.
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