This virus has mutated somehow it can cause newer minor strains, a very rare, fatal inflammation is now targeting young kids that were mostly spared from the main symptoms, called PMIS. As we're moving towards summer which is just a couple weeks out, unless you're in Japan, the world is now trying to see if this pandemic does slow down with higher temperatures. Even so, it now only takes just a little normal self-talk even without anybody around can still spread a lot of droplets that can stick around for an initial period of 15 minutes, then drying up for a little more time and then only the tiniest bits of your accidental spit can remain.
I cover as much of the list of symptoms taken from the official snippets, already known coughing, sneezing, pneumonia, and so forth.
Chills (It means to shiver, if your body is trying to warm up)
Repeated shaking with chills (If your body can't stop shaking from the above condition after a few minutes)
Muscle pain (Any form of pain on your muscles that continues for several minutes)
Headache (This includes migraines, only much worse than a normal one and longer in duration)
New loss of taste or smell (If you suddenly don't feel satisfied with eating or unable to sense something, that may be a sign of diminished senses)
As well as critical-level symptoms that always require a visit to the ER:
Persistent pain or pressure in the chest (If you can't remove that feeling anywhere on your chest fast enough)
New confusion or inability to arouse (If you lost your sex drive all of a sudden or you're constantly feeling confused)
Bluish lips or face (Watch your lips and face closely, if you look at the mirror and see it turning blue or your face is feeling a shade of blue)
Incubation Period: On average it can take anywhere from 2-7 days, the longest can be 2 weeks, the shortest can be within a day depending on how old you are, what conditions you already have, and fitness levels.
Recovery Period: For mild cases, it should take 2 weeks, but more severe cases take up to 3-6 weeks, some symptoms might persist.
There is currently no antiviral treatment available, only self-care as well as supportive care.