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Coronavirus hospital patients still have symptoms six months later, study finds

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Three quarters of patients surveyed at Jinyintan Hospital in Wuhan, China had at least one ongoing symptom

The majority of people admitted to hospital with coronavirus still had symptoms six months after getting ill, a new study has revealed.

Over three quarters of Covid patients surveyed at Jinyintan Hospital in Wuhan, China had at least one ongoing symptom – with the most commonly reported being fatigue or muscle weakness. A total of 1,733 patients, with a median age of 57, were examined for the study between 7 January and 29 May last year. At a follow-up, 76% of patients reported at least one ongoing symptom.

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