Results from a preliminary study conducted in South Korea show that 9 out of 10 coronavirus patients reported experiencing at least one side effect of the disease after recovery. Reuters relationships.
An online survey of 965 recovered COVID-19 patients conducted by the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) found that just over 90% of respondents reported experiencing side effects associated with the disease, such as fatigue, loss of sense of taste. and smell and psychological effects.
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The survey found that fatigue was the most common side effect reported, with 26% of recovered patients reporting feeling tired, followed by difficulty concentrating.
According to Reuters, KDCA officials said the study will soon be released with a detailed analysis.
The study comes as health officials are raising concerns about the long-term side effects of the virus which has infected more than 33 million people and left more than 1
During a Congressional hearing last week, Anthony Fauci warned that an increasing number of people have been experiencing health problems weeks, and in some cases even months, after thinking they have overcome the disease.
“They are referred to as long transporters,” said Fauci, director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
He said the recovered patients reported experiencing fatigue, myalgia, fever and an inability to concentrate. Many patients who appeared to have recovered also found inflammation of the heart.
Up to one in three patients with COVID-19 may develop persistent symptoms, second to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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