The extremely contagious BF.7 Omicron subvariant has a vast number of symptoms, ranging from chest discomfort and smell problems to hearing difficulties.
After arising from an area of Mongolia in China, the BF.7 sub-variant is now spreading to the US, UK, Australia, Belgium, and other locations and posing new concerns.
According to reports, the current increase of Covid-19 cases in China is being caused by the BF.7 Omicron subvariant. Before the impending holiday season, authorities have suggested prudence and sensible behaviour.
Omicron BF.7 was previously the subject of a warning from the World Health Organization (WHO), which stated that it was projected to replace the current dominant type, according to Dr. Sanjay Dhall, Director of Internal Medicine at Max Hospital, Shalimar Bagh.
Dhall further elaborated on the subject by stating that the BF.7 variation had greater infection rates. “As everyone is aware, Omicron and its variations are notorious for their ability to bypass the human immune system.
Thankfully, Omicron and its variations seldom produce serious symptoms, but people with other conditions including heart disease, renal disease, or liver disease, as well as elderly patients, may have severe symptoms “explained he.
Here is what we currently know about the signs of the BF.7 Omicron subvariant, while there is still plenty to discover.
What are the most common Omicron BF.7 symptoms?
The following list of BF.7 subvariant symptoms has been recorded so far:
- Constant coughing;
- hearing difficulty;
- chest discomfort;
- trembling or shaking;
- changes in perception of smell
Why is it concerning?
The number of Covid-19 cases increases with each new variation and subvariant, putting the weak at danger.
“So, everytime a new Covid variation appears, the odds of spreading Covid grow,” the doctor explained. “And that’s especially true as festival season approaches and everyone will once again start breaking social distance conventions and travelling without masks.”
In order to prevent this virus from once more sweeping our nation with the Covid disease, he said, “now is the ideal moment for us to again enhance all the measures that include wearing masks, social distance, not going to crowded areas, avoiding needless trips to markets, etc.”