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While it seems like years since we had a day that wasn't completely dominated by the coronavirus, it is in reality an incredibly young disease. As such we are learning new things about what it does, or may do, to the body all the time.

'Covid toe' and other rashes

There have been many reports about "Covid toe" -- a rash appearing on infected patients' feet, sometimes in the absence of other symptoms. A small study by a group of doctors in Spain has found five rashes, which appeared to vary based on the age of the patient, affecting people with COVID-19.

The study found the most common form of rash presented to them was what's called maculopapules -- small red bumps that generally appear on the torso. Apart from that -- and Covid toe -- the study found: