Long-COVID and children: what you need to know
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Long-COVID and children: what you need to know

Nick Evans Health journalist

The NHS has set up a network of clinics and hubs for children with persistent symptoms of long-COVID

While acute infections in children do tend to be milder, there is emerging evidence that, like adults, children are at risk of long-COVID. In response, NHS England (2021) has announced it is setting up a dedicated network of long-COVID clinics and hubs for children.

Nursing Children and Young People. 33, 5, 6-7. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.33.5.6.s2

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