50% of mild, moderate COVID patients still have symptoms after 6 months - study

Participants were interviewed up to four times over the course of the study.

 

By Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman, The Jerusalem Post (Israel)

Feb 21, 2021

 

Nearly half of people who contract mild or moderate cases of COVID-19 still experience symptoms six months later, according to a new study published by Israeli researchers.

 

The research, which is slated to be published this month in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infection, evaluated 103 people over the age of 18 who had coronavirus between April and October 2020. The people had mild to moderate symptoms, meaning that while they were not asymptomatic, they were not hospitalized with a more severe case of the disease.

 

Participants were interviewed up to four times over the course of the study.

 

揑t is very scary that after six months, young people who were healthy and feeling fine before coronavirus still have symptoms,?said Dr. Sarah Israel of Hadassah-University Medical Center, who helped author the report.

 

At six months, 46% of the patients had at least one unresolved symptom, most commonly fatigue (22%), smell and taste changes (15%) or breathing difficulties (8%).

 

The study showed that 44%...

 

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