• 1 in 3 Women and 1 in 5 Men in EU May Develop Long COVID, WHO Says

    21 days ago - By Time

    JERUSALEM - New research suggests at least 17 million people in the European Union may have experienced Long COVID-19 symptoms during the first two years of the coronavirus pandemic, with women more likely than men to suffer from the condition, the World Health Organization said Tuesday.
    The research, conducted for the WHO/Europe, was unclear on whether the symptoms that linger, recur or first appear at least one month after a coronavirus infection were more common in vaccinated or unvaccinated people. At least 17 million people met the WHO's criteria of Long COVID-19 -with symptoms...
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