You can still get COVID even if you are vaccinated; pay attention to these 5 symptoms

To dispel the misconception that people who have already been exposed to the coronavirus are immune to future infections, a recent study highlighted five common symptoms in people who have received the coronavirus vaccine. These five symptoms, according to the UK’s ZOE COVID, are what vaccinated people should watch out for.

A chronic cough

A cool, persistent cough is typical of COVID. A long-term persistent cough can make a person drowsy. As a result, the person may be exhausted and unable to perform even basic daily tasks. Herbal remedies can be used to treat chronic cough at home. When a coughing fit is about to start, try drinking ginger tea to soothe the discomfort.

Runny nose

A runny nose is a typical symptom, according to the study. This is a typical indicator that has also been seen in previous COVID waves. People still get a runny nose even after getting the recommended shots because it is a respiratory disease. The viral infection causes a watery nasal discharge, which is visible throughout the day. Few people who have a runny nose also suffer from a nasal passage obstruction. Steaming can sometimes be therapeutic.

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Nose blockage

When the nose is blocked, breathing is difficult. You lack oxygen even though you are sitting. Sleeping becomes difficult when a person cannot breathe normally due to a stuffy nose. In order to keep the nasal passages free from infections, it is advisable to breathe in steam rather than nasal sprays, which may only offer temporary relief.


In addition to a sore throat, cough and stuffy nose, a headache is also noticeable. Simple functions like breathing can become very difficult to do, which can have a big effect on your head. The infection can also lead to pain and headaches.

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Sore throat

This symptom became one of the most common during the early stages of the Omicron-driven COVID wave. The ZOE COVID study found sore throats to be the most common COVID symptoms among vaccinated people. A constant burning sensation in the throat, difficulty in swallowing and difficulty in speaking are hallmarks of this condition.

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