It is a no-brainer that a variety of signs surface if you’re afflicted with Coronavirus.
Doctors and medical experts have already elucidated the budding symptoms of COVID-19 which include coughing, dry-coughing, sneezing, high temperature and so on and so forth.
According to a recent study, pink and hypersensitized eyes could also be an indication of Coronavirus. If your eyes often get watery and there’s a frequent discharge of liquid, you could be containing the virus in your eyes.
Even if your eyes don’t discharge liquid or anything stringy, and you still feel like rubbing them because of the irritation, it could be Coronavirus trying to sustain inside. Suffice to say, pink and irritated eyes in some cases allude to the fact that Coronavirus has penetrated.
Recently a female patient in Italy was keenly scrutinized and it revealed that she had kept the virus in her eyes for 21 days. Her eyes spoke volumes about the virus present inside as they started growing pink-ish and prickling as soon as the virus penetrated.
In the month of March, plenty of reports on red or pink eyes poured in. Almost all of them showed a low percentage of people having pale red eyes as a vivid symptom. According to the stats exposed to view, only 1% of the patients displayed conjunctivitis as one among the strong symptoms.
Let’s put it straight, if you notice your eyes growing salmon-pink with a bit of itchiness, do not wait for the widely popular symptoms to appear, reach out to your doctor before it’s too late to be sorry for yourself.
It’s high time, we took pink-eyes as a serious symptom. Coronavirus existing in the pink and irritated eyes is quite contagious albeit it appears to be a rare occurrence. As an immediate precaution, you shouldn’t be touching your eyes or letting others touch them.