Study: 30% Of Covid Patients Report Having Continuous Symptoms Even After Recovering

The horrors of covid are still amongst us and the dangers of this virus are very real, as has been revealed by a recent study showing that 30% of covid patients report having painfully persistent symptoms even after recovering. As we read in USA Today:

The U.S. government is launching a nationwide initiative to study COVID-19 patients who suffer from residual symptoms months after recovery, commonly known as “COVID long-haulers,” Dr. Anthony Fauci said in a White House briefing Wednesday.

The nation’s leading infectious diseases expert also revealed a scientific name for the new syndrome – Post Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 (PASC) – further legitimizing the suffering population.

“(There are) a lot of important questions that are now unanswered that we hope with this series of initiatives we will ultimately answer,” Fauci said.

The announcement comes after a study published last week in JAMA Network Open found about 30% of COVID-19 patients reported persistent symptoms as long as 9 months after illness.

These symptoms included fatigue, shortness of breath, sleeping disorders, fevers, gastrointestinal issues, anxiety and depression, and so-called “brain fog.”