The incidence of the new subvariants of ómicron in recent months has brought variations in the section on the symptoms of covid. What is already known as a new disease (covid-22) brings new conditions and shows other exacerbated symptoms, while some present in the first months of the pandemic have disappeared or have a much lower incidence. The BA.5 subvariant of ómicron is the latest that has been the subject of research with contrasted data in patients from various countries. There is a later one, the centaurus, which is the majority in India and currently extends to 12 other countries. The development of the disease is now usually much milder, but symptoms such as coryza are much more present. A study by King’s College London, supported by the country’s health system (NHS) and data from the Zoe Covid application, used a sample of 17,500 affected people and determined that this particular symptom appeared in 40% of those analyzed, with more men than women suffering from it. What is coryza or acute rhinitis? It is an acute rhinitis, an inflammation of the mucosa of the nose that manifests itself in the form of nasal dryness, continuous sneezing, obstruction of the ducts or continuous discharge. Care must be taken when treating it so that it does not lead to sinusitis. The symptom in those infected with covid lasts two or three days on average. In this case, they talk about it because of covid, but it also develops because of allergies, especially in spring. It can also arrive by viral or bacterial route. According to data from the British study, the presence of coryza is twice as common in everyday life. In the King’s College test, coryza was the third most frequent symptom, along with dry cough and nasal obstruction, after sore throat (58%) and headache (49%). Behind it appear cough with phlegm (37%), hoarseness (35%), continuous sneezing (32%), fatigue (27%) or muscle pain (25%). Latest news about covid.