People thought to be at low risk of coronavirus complications have shown signs of multiple organ damage – four months following an infection. The findings arise from a longitudinal study investigating long COVID.
The Coverscan researchers examined previously healthy individuals who had presented long COVID symptoms.
Yet to be “fully defined,” long COVID represents individuals who still suffer from symptoms three months post infection.
The most commonly reported prolonged symptoms were: fatigue, muscle aches, breathlessness and headaches.