CDC adds runny nose, nausea to the growing list of COVID-19 symptoms

CDC has added four new symptoms to its list of potential symptoms of COVID-19. The new symptoms are congestion, runny nose, nausea, and diarrhea. CDC now lists 11 symptoms on its website, though it notes the list does not include all possible symptoms for the novel coronavirus.

CDC has added four new symptoms to its list of potential symptoms of COVID-19. The new symptoms are congestion, runny nose, nausea, and diarrhea. CDC now lists 11 symptoms on its website, though it notes the list does not include all possible symptoms for the novel coronavirus. Additionally, doctors have identified a symptom known informally as "COVID toes," in which there are purple or blue lesions on a patient's feet and toes. According to CDC, symptoms could appear 2-14 days after exposure, most often around 4-5 days. Some patients have experienced symptoms for months.