Dry cough and low-grade fever are the two most commonly associated symptoms seen in mild COVID- 19 cases. Symptoms like dry cough, cold, anosmia, mild-grade fever, chills, headache and sore throat can be present too. In many cases, the fever may not cross the 100 degrees Fahrenheit mark, which makes it clearly distinguished from severe COVID-19 cases.
Apart from this, mild COVID-19 cases may make a person feel sick, but many of the more difficult symptoms- breathlessness, appetite loss, gastrointestinal infection, chilblains, fatigue are missing from the list, making it a little more manageable. Experiencing tiredness, fatigue, muscle aches and pain can be common too.
That being said, it should be noted that mild COVID-19 cases should not be taken lightly, and symptoms can go from bad to worse in no time if due attention to recovery is not paid.