The CDC has added six new symptoms related to COVID-19, according to the news report.
In addition to fever, cough, shortness of breath and dyspnea, "chills, repeated shaking, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, loss of taste or smell" were also reported on the CDC website.
The CDC notes that patients typically develop symptoms within two to 14 days of exposure to COVID-19.
The report notes that knowledge of the deadly virus is still evolving as the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 approaches 3 million at worldwide.
In an inconclusive list, the CDC recommends seeing a doctor immediately if you have "difficulty breathing, persistent chest pain or stress, confusion or inability to wake up, and blue lips or face."
While older people, especially those with underlying health problems, such as heart disease, lung disease or diabetes, are most vulnerable to severe complications from COVID-19, recent reports indicate that younger patients are dying from sudden strokes.