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A Third of COVID Patients Have Persistent Symptoms

Even after they have recovered from COVID-19, many people find that some symptoms linger for weeks or months. In a study of 700 people, six weeks after diagnosis, 33% of them still reported suffering from fatigue, loss of smell or taste, shortness of breath or cough. This long-lasting illness and symptoms has been coined "long COVID.”

Researchers noted that it is important that persistent symptoms of COVID-19 are recognized in order to legitimize the concerns of patients and optimize their care.

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