These are the mild coronavirus symptoms most people with COVID-19 will get

Eighty percent of COVID-19 patients will experience a mild illness, according to the World Health Organization

(Translated) ទាំងនេះគឺជារោគសញ្ញារោគខាន់ស្លាស្រាលដែលមនុស្សភាគច្រើនដែលមានជម្ងឺអាយដល ១៩ នឹងទទួលបាន

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