British study finds almost one in seven suffer long COVID

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Almost one in seven people who test positive for COVID-19 still suffer symptoms three months later, according to UK figures. The largest study of its kind on long COVID from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) found people with coronavirus are significantly more likely than the general population to report ongoing issues, which can include muscle pain and fatigue.

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