Almost one-third report prolonged symptoms 6-12 months after the COVID-19 study
Almost one-third report at least one ongoing symptom between 6 and 12 months after coronavirus infection. In Denmark, it was found in a survey of 152,000 people. According to researchers at the Statens Serum Insect (SSI), the study included one of the largest groups to date, not hospitalized for COVID and followed longer than other major studies. I am. Long before the recent surge in Omicron variants between September 2020 and April 2021, the study found 61,002 people who were positive for coronavirus 6, 9, or 12 months ago. We compared the reactions of 91,878 people who were negative.