A sore throat is an early symptom of COVID-19, usually appearing in the first week of illness and improving quite quickly. It feels worse on the first day of infection but gets better on each following day. On average, a sore throat will last two to three days but can last longer in adults (up to seven days compared to five days for children).
Sore throats associated with COVID tend to be mild and usually last on average two to three days, and no more than five days. If a sore throat is severe and lasts longer than five days it may be a sign of another condition, such as a bacterial infection. Symptoms of COVID appear about 2 to 14 days after exposure and include: Shortness of breath
Day 1 and Day 2, she felt very tired so she laid around on the couch not knowing she had Covid. On Day 3, she started getting a severe sore throat so she laid around for a couple more days and did not drink or eat too much because of the pain. She tested positive for Covid. When she finally told me what was going on, she was on Day 5 of her.
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