Covid: Four symptoms that mean you’re more likely to develop long Covid - study

Covid: Four symptoms that mean you’re more likely to develop long Covid - study

Health, Long Covid

1/29/2022 12:34:00 PM

Covid: Four symptoms that mean you’re more likely to develop long Covid - study

LONG COVID is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 over a long period of time. Although the condition is rare, enough people in the UK have developed the condition for it to be considered a major issue. There are four symptoms that increase the likelihood of a person developing the condition.

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More infoOn average, very few people who get COVID-19 develop Long Covid. Even so, according to an ONS report from the end of 2021: “An estimated 1.3 million people living in private households were experiencing self-reported long COVID”. Long Covid was defined as “symptoms persisting for more than four weeks after the first suspected coronavirus infection that were not explained by something else.” This equates to two percent of the UK population.

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By 07:48, Sat, Jan 29, 2022 | UPDATED: 08:58, Sat, Jan 29, 2022 Link copied Nick Knowles reveals he kept his long covid 'a secret' Sign up for health tips to live a long and happy life SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info On average, very few people who get COVID-19 develop Long Covid. Even so, according to an ONS report from the end of 2021: “An estimated 1.3 million people living in private households were experiencing self-reported long COVID”. Long Covid was defined as “symptoms persisting for more than four weeks after the first suspected coronavirus infection that were not explained by something else.” This equates to two percent of the UK population. Related articles