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The algorithm takes into account the symptoms of Covid-19, confirmed by the WHO (World Health Organization)

The test determines the presence of the disease and predicts the severity of the disease. People aged 60 and older, as well as people with underlying health conditions such as high blood pressure, heart and lung disease, diabetes, and obesity are at risk for a severe course of the disease.

Age:
years
Height:
cm
Weight:
kg
Gender:

Risk Factors:

Hypertension:
Diabetes mellitus:
lung diseases:
Heart diseases:

Symptoms:

Specify your symptoms

body temperature:
Dry cough:
Tiredness:
Loss of taste or smell:
nasal obstruction:
Conjunctivitis:
Sore throat:
Headache:
Muscle or joint pain:
Skin rash:
Nausea or vomiting:
Diary:
Chills or dizziness:
Breathlessness:
Loss of appetite:
Consciousness confusion:
Breast pain, pressure sensation in the chest:
Indignation:
Tension:
Depressed state:
Motor function disorder:
Sleep disturbance:
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Algorithm:

Age. There is no direct correlation between age and likelihood of contracting the coronavirus, but there are 2 factors:

The test takes this into account - every year increases the risk of contracting the coronavirus. Age also affects the determination of the stage of the disease.

The test also takes this into account - each year increases the risk of getting coronavirus.

Body mass index (BMI) Body weight has no effect on the risk of contracting the coronavirus. But being overweight does affect the severity of the disease. BMI scores affect the calculation of the severity of the coronavirus.

Body weight has an impact on the calculation of the severity of the coronavirus.

Symptoms.The COVID-19 coronavirus has a number of symptoms, but none of them alone is an accurate indicator of disease-it can be a combination of them.

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