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New Coronavirus strain: COVID symptoms that may never subside, according to studies | Eagles Vine

According to a new study published in the journal JAMA, a group of 234 participants with COVID-19 were approached between August and November 2020 and were asked to fill up a single questionnaire between three and nine months after the detection of the illness. However, in the process, the follow-up and/ the progress reports of 57 patients were lost.

The study found that coronavirus can cause symptoms or medical complications that go on for weeks and months even after recovery. Some of the most common long term symptoms were fatigue, loss of sense of smell and taste, brain fog or mental confusion and finding difficulty in performing daily activities such as household chores.

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