Foot sores can be an early sign of coronavirus infection

(Natural News) Foot sores can potentially be a peculiar new symptom of coronavirus (COVD-19) infection, according to the Spanish General Council of Official Podiatrist Colleges. The council has issued a circular to healthcare workers warning them to look out for foot sores similar to chickenpox or measles, especially among young adults. “They are purple lesions (very similar to those of chickenpox,...
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This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. The post Could BCG, a 100-year-old Vaccine for Tuberculosis, Protect Against Coronavirus? appeared first on Inter Press Service.
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Dermatologists around the world are gathering data on what may be largely overlooked symptoms of COVID-19: skin conditions ranging from rashes to “pseudo-frostbite.” Many viral illnesses—including chickenpox, measles and mononucleosis—are accompanied by telltale skin rashes, often a result of the body’s heightened inflammatory response while fighting off infection. Though more research is needed, a growing number of case reports and preliminary studies suggest SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can also affect the skin. In late March, an Italian physician submitted a letter to the edi...
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