Even when COVID-19 cases have decreased and most patients are reporting mild symptoms, the chances of a long covid are still high. Since studies have shown that even a mild SARS-CoV-2 infection can cause long-term covidosis, experts warn against mitigating mild symptoms and urge people to take the necessary action.
For those of you who are still unaware of the term long covid, this is a condition that occurs in people who have had a COVID-19 infection and continue to experience chronic symptoms long after their recovery.
So far, several long-term symptoms have surfaced. However, research is still ongoing and scientists are working to identify new and unusual symptoms associated with this condition, so that targeted therapies can be developed.
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