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Covid 19 New Subvariant JN.1 Symptoms and Treatment 

The deadly pandemic of 2019 has returned with a new subvariant JN.1 and some very different symptoms. Since the new COVID-19 variant is spreading rapidly, it’s crucial to learn all about the JN. 1 symptoms and treatment. 

The entire world has been facing different waves and variants of coronavirus disease 2019. A brand new COVID variant is currently in the news and killing people like its other variants did. 

What is JN.1? 

JN. 1 is a COVID-19 variant, a mutation result of BA.2.86, according to the medical experts. BA.2.86 was the most recent variant of covid 19 that has more than 20 mutations on the spike protein. According to the WHO, there is no major health risk with this SARS-CoV-2 sub-variant currently. However, its rapid spread and mutation can be dangerous over time. 

According to a report by CNN, JN.1 is the most dangerous coronavirus subvariant in recent scenarios and has affected over 44% of total COVID-19 patients. 

JN.1 Symptoms and Treatment

This COVID subvariant has not been spread in the United States in noticeable numbers. However, following the precautions is always a better idea. Meet your GP if you have any of the following symptoms. 

  • Impaired Coordination: Children may experience difficulties in balance and coordination.
  • Speech Issues: Some may face challenges in articulating words or forming sentences.
  • Fine Motor Skill Delays: Delays in the development of fine motor skills like writing or buttoning clothes.

Treatment:

Vaccination for Covid 19 is almost done, and it is the only clinically approved treatment for covid 19 and its variants. Following therapies can also be helpful in preventing the risk of JN.1 coronavirus subvariant. 

  • Physical Therapy: Targeted exercises to improve coordination and motor skills.
  • Speech Therapy: Sessions to enhance speech and language abilities.
  • Occupational Therapy: Activities to refine fine motor skills and daily tasks.

We suggest you meet your doctor for more details on JN.1 symptoms and treatment.

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