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Omicron Symptoms In Kids & How To Treat Them

The good news is: their symptoms are super mild. (You may not even notice.)

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Parents have been on the lookout for covid symptoms in their kids for nearly two full years. With every new variant comes a new wave of worry. The symptoms of omicron in kids can mimic a typical cold, but should still be taken seriously and treated accordingly.

The only way to know for sure if your kid has covid is to take a test, but the CDC’s list of potential symptoms of omicron is very familiar. It includes fever, cough, shortness of breath, headache, fatigue, and sore throat. Images By Tang Ming Tung/DigitalVision/Getty Images