COVID-19

What Are The Long-Term Side Effects of COVID-19? Respiratory Issues, Fatigue, And More

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan12 Dec 2022
What is Long COVID?
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Who is Most At-Risk for Long COVID-19 ?   
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Duration of Long COVID-19
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Three Types of Long COVID-19 
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Long COVID-19 and Children
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What Does it Feel Like to Have Long-Term Side Effects From COVID-19? An Interview With A Coronavirus Survivor
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Where can I find support for dealing with COVID-19 side effects?
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Bottom Line
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Long COVID-19 refers to the lasting symptoms of SAR-CoV-2 infection two or more weeks post-viral infection. The five most common symptoms of Long COVID-19 include fatigue, headache, attention disorder, hair loss, and dyspnea (shortness of breath). After recovering from COVID-19, 80% of people develop one or more long-term symptoms.

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Alexis Bryan

Alexis Bryan MPH, is a recent graduate of Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health. She is passionate about increasing access to care to improve health outcomes. Outside of work, she loves to travel, read, and pay too much attention to her plants.

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