COVID Toes: the new symptom attributed to the Omicron variant

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The Omicron variant; but nevertheless, would be responsible for COVID toes, popularly named for an unusual manifestation that generates purple or reddish lesions and in some cases ulcerations are seen in the affected area.

The new symptom is as unusual as conjunctivitis, sneezing and diarrhea among some infected and the United States dermatological community still does not have an explanation for the injuries documented by the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

The condition begins with discoloration of the skin, which can be slightly raised and cause infections. The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot, The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot.

The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot

The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot; but nevertheless, The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot.

The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot, The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot. The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot, The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot.
The symptom can also move to the hands and cause the feeling that the skin is hot, emerged in South Africa and has caused a new wave of infections that affected most countries, emerged in South Africa and has caused a new wave of infections that affected most countries.