More than half of coronavirus plague survivors experience symptoms such as anxiety and fatigue six months after recovering from the virus, study finds

More than half of COVID-19 survivors experience symptoms of the virus six months after recovery, a new study finds.

Researchers from Pennsylvania State University, in Centre County, performed a meta-analysis of previous studies investigating patients who said they still had symptoms months after initially testing positive.

Symptoms such as cognitive impairment, anxiety and chronic fatigue were the most commonly reported after recovering from the virus.

The teams says the implications are large for the health care world going forward, because it suggests millions will be exhibiting serious symptoms, and potentially for years.

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Source: Daily Mail