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I was covid positive in mid march of 2021. I recovered in first week of april with hrct zero score. On 8 sept i took my covishield first dose. After dose for 2 days i got side effects. During this my daughters were suffering from cold and cough very badly. On 11 sept i catch the infection, i have cold cough, runny nose, body ache, head congestion, face pain and sneezing. Today is 15 sept i do not get recovered. There is improvement but not fully. Still i have symptoms of cold and cough and  feeling sick. Why i got all this symptoms? What is the reason behind sickness? Daughters infection or weather change or covid? Pls. Reply. Thanks and Regards.
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Can be normal flu or covid , need some tests and proper medications. Can consult privately
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Seems like superadded infection
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