1 in 10 People Suffer from 'Long COVID' Even 3 Months After 'Beating the Disease'
According to a report provided by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), one in ten coronavirus survivors suffer lasting symptoms even three months after beating the illness. Their report on ‘long Covid – a wide range of symptoms which linger months after the original’ was cleared up.
The data revealed that 9.9 percent British citizens who survived the coronavirus still suffered from lasting effects of the disease even after 12 weeks. Another 21 percent reported persistent symptoms after five weeks of clearing the initial infection, with the most common being fatigue, headaches, and persistent cough.