An infected person who travels to a country where the virus is present may also be exposed to other potential risk factors, including people who do not have a vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
It also said people who may have been exposed should monitor the symptoms of any other people who travel to countries where the coronaviruses is present.
The CDC recommends that travelers who are in close contact with anyone who may be at high risk for developing the virus should contact a health care provider, who may recommend testing for the virus.
People who are infected with the coronivirus may experience a variety of symptoms, including fever, cough, sore throat, and cough that is not well-defined or may have a fever greater than 101.7 degrees Farenheit, which is the upper limit for most coronaviral symptoms.
The CDC said it has seen many cases in people who have traveled to countries with a history of coronaviring.
The most common coronavire-related symptoms include:1.
An increase in temperature2.
Sweating and shortness of breath5.
Nausea or vomiting6.
Shortness of mouth8.
Redness of the eyes11.
Short-term memory problems12.
Difficulty talking to others13.
Difficulty sleeping and/or having difficulty walking16.
Difficulty eating and/ or drinking20.
Confusing symptomsThe CDC has posted more than 1.2 million cases of coronovirus infection nationwide since the outbreak began in March.
It said the virus has killed more than 11,000 people in the United States and has infected more than 2,800 in three other countries.
Some people may develop a mild illness that is usually mild, such as headache, fatigue, muscle aches and pains, or mild to moderate muscle pain.
Other symptoms can include fever, runny nose, chills, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and stomach pain.
Cancer is also a possible complication.
Anyone with a current or recent history of respiratory illness, including those with a respiratory disease, who has recently traveled to any country where coronavirin has been tested, and who has a history or current case of COVID-19, is at increased risk for COVID, the CDC said.
Anyone who has traveled to a previously affected country where COVID has been confirmed should continue to monitor for symptoms and to seek medical attention if they develop a new respiratory infection.
CDC has launched a global public awareness campaign called, “Take Back the Night” that is encouraging people to stay home from work or school.
People who cannot or choose not to travel are urged to avoid places with high levels of COVIS-19 activity, such a parks, golf courses, shopping malls, or other areas where people gather, the campaign said.
People can use the hashtag #TakeBackTheNight on social media to share the campaign, and encourage others to do the same.
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