Long-COVID: what it means and how to manage the longer-term effects
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Long-COVID: what it means and how to manage the longer-term effects

Erin Dean Freelance writer

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Many people who have contracted COVID-19 have reported struggling with ongoing symptoms weeks and months after they first fell ill. The government has said there is accumulating evidence that people can experience long-term health effects. Around 10% of people with mild coronavirus symptoms who are not admitted to hospital report symptoms lasting more than four weeks.

Nursing Management. 28, 2, 11-11. doi: 10.7748/nm.28.2.11.s9

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