Five common symptoms of long COVID that could persist for months after infection

The scientists have also revealed who is most likely to develop long COVID, based on their very earliest coronavirus symptoms.

Fatigue, headaches, difficulty breathing, hoarse voice, and muscle pains, were the five signs that were most likely to lead to long COVID.

Difficulty breathing, in particular, was a “significant” predictor of long COVID, they said.

Patients were also more likely to develop long COVID if they had the onset of multiple symptoms all at once, during the infection’s early stages.


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