Corona’s long-term symptoms – 7 signs that may persist 4 months after the day

11:33 PM

Wednesday 10 August 2022


A recent study conducted by the American College of Medicine, Bolaya Georgia, revealed symptoms that patients with the emerging coronavirus may suffer after an average of 4 months after infection with Covid-19.

The study, which lasted for 5 years, showed that fatigue and headache were the two most common symptoms among most of the 500 participants, with 68.5% and 66.5%, respectively, according to the British newspaper The Independent.

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The study researchers also recorded other symptoms among the participants, and the prevalence rate was as follows:

Changes in the sense of smell: 54.4%.

Changes in the sense of taste: 54%.

Memory impairment: 32%.

– Weakness in perceiving and understanding vocabulary: 30%.

Confusion: 21%.

In contrast, none of the participants reported having a stroke or experiencing an inability to control the muscles associated with speech.

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