Simon Gregson health: Coronation Street star’s ‘bloody awful’ illness – symptoms

Having spent the past three decades on Coronation Street (since 1989), will fans be open to viewing the real Simon Gregson? The star has, however, broadcasted his personality across social media already. It was on Twitter, in fact, when fans learned that Simon endured a “bloody awful illness”. Simon Tweeted: “First day out of bed today starting to feel a little better after contracting the [corona]virus.

Coronavirus symptoms

The NHS are adamant that the “main symptoms” of coronavirus are:

  • A high temperature
  • A new, continuous cough
  • A loss or change to your sense of smell or taste.

To elaborate, a person with a high temperature will “feel hot to touch” on the chest or back.

“You do not need to measure your temperature,” the health body stated, suggesting that it will be fairly evident if you have a high temperature.

As for a new, continuous cough, this means “coughing a lot for more than an hour”.

Alternatively, it could mean “three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours”.

For those who already suffer from a regular cough, “it may be worse than usual”.

When it comes to an altered sense of smell or taste, you will notice that you cannot smell or taste anything, or your sense of smell or taste is different from normal.

Anybody experiencing signs of coronavirus are strongly advised to order a PCR test.

In the meantime, while you await for the test – and the test results – the NHS says you must “stay at home and do not have visitors”.

The Covid Symptom Study details a much longer list of possible Covid symptoms.

For those who have been vaccinated, the most commonly reported Covid symptoms are:

  • Runny nose
  • Headache
  • Sneezing
  • Sore throat
  • Loss of smell.

For those who have not been vaccinated, the symptoms are the same except that instead of sneezing, you are more likely to have a fever.

Furthermore, instead of a loss of smell, unvaccinated individuals are more likely to experience a persistent cough.

“Loss of smell (anosmia) comes further down the list for unvaccinated people,” the researchers pointed out.

“But it’s still an important predictor of having COVID-19 rather than a regular cold.”

The researchers added: “A negative result from a lateral flow test is not reliable enough to be sure you’re definitely not infected, so if your symptoms persist it’s best to get a PCR test to be sure.”

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