UK – New long COVID study highlights key symptoms

Women, those who are obese and those on mechanical ventilation are all more likely to suffer from the effects long-term COVID-19

New research has revealed that only one in four UK patients hospitalised with COVID-19 say they are fully recovered 12 months later.

Women, those who are obese and individuals on mechanical ventilation in hospital all have an increased likelihood of suffering from long COVID.

The most common ongoing long-COVID-19 symptoms are fatigue, muscle pain, physically slowing down, poor sleep and breathlessness. Researchers state that long COVID-19 is becoming a highly prevalent new long-term condition…