long covid

    Getty ImagesLatest coronavirus news as of 12pm on 29 SeptemberOver a third of people recovering from covid-19 have at least one long covid symptom between 3 and 6 months after infection, a study has found. The finding is based on health records from...
    A therapist explains results to a covid-19 patient.AFP via Getty ImagesLatest coronavirus news as of 11am on 17 SeptemberA new analysis suggests that long covid affects 6 per cent of people who experience symptomsLong covid appears to affect between...
    The Associated PressCan I get ‘long COVID’ if I’m infected after vaccination?It's unclear, but researchers are studying the chances of long-term symptoms developing in anyone who might get infected after vaccination.The COVID-19 vaccines in use ar...
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    Staff at King’s College Hospital in London assist a patient recovering from covid-19KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH/POOL/AFP via Getty ImagesLatest coronavirus news as of 4.30pm on 12 JulyResearchers have discovered distinct patterns of autoantibodies in the bl...
    A long covid patient receives treatment from a physiotherapist.Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP/Shutterstock Latest coronavirus news as of 5pm on 23 JuneLong covid may have affected more than 2 million people in EnglandAlmost 6 per cent of adults in England ha...
    Rehab therapy in a long-covid clinicandresr/Getty ImagesMORE than a million people in the UK are living with long covid, according to the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS). And while global figures vary, it is thought that about 14 per...
    A therapist explains test results to a person being treated for long covid in PolandBARTOSZ SIEDLIK/AFP via Getty ImagesAn estimated 1 million people in private households in the UK say they had long covid in the four weeks to 2 May, according to th...
    A health worker injects a dose of the AstraZeneca/Oxford Covid-19 vaccine at a temporary vaccine centre set up at City Hall in Hull, northeast England.OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty ImagesLatest coronavirus news as of 5pm on 18 MayMore than half of people...
    A transmission electron micrograph of human neutrophil cellsSteve Gschmeissner/Science Photo LibraryPEOPLE who survive severe covid-19 appear to end up with a prematurely-aged immune system and other persistent immunological problems, which may be th...