More than a quarter of COVID-19 patients say they are experiencing symptoms several months later, a new study suggests.
Researchers looked at data on more than 400 people who tested positive for the virus and had since recovered.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
They found that 26.4 percent still had symptoms six to eight months after first being being diagnosed with fatigue being the most common symptom.
The team, from the University of Zurich in Switzerland, says the results leave many questions unanswered about so-called 'long-haul Covid' including who is more at risk or why it develops in the first place.
A new study found that 26.4% of 431 COVID-19 patients still had symptoms six to eight months after first being being diagnosed with the virus
'Long-haul Covid' appears in patients that have recovered from the virus and continue exhibiting symptoms for weeks, or potentially months or years, after clearing the