One in 10 recovered COVID-19 patients has persistent symptoms six months after recovery. This is evidenced by the data research, published by The Straits Times on Friday 10 July.
“More often than not, people continued to cough and experience shortness of breath long after the initial infection with COVID-19. Other symptoms include persistent fatigue, dizziness and insomnia, but these were less common, ”the study said.
An important point is the fact that such prolonged symptoms can be observed regardless of the severity of the course of the disease, complements “Gazeta.ru”…
The scientists also found elevated markers of inflammation regardless of whether the person had a severe or mild case of the disease. These markers affect the circulatory system and are a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
On July 5, it turned out that the symptoms of the Delta coronavirus strain became similar to those of a severe cold, such as a headache and a runny nose.
A study by British scientists from the ZOE COVID Symptom Study showed that currently the most typical symptoms of coronavirus are also sore throat, sneezing, persistent cough.