With the COVID-19 pandemic having been ongoing for over two years, the increasing number of patients with long COVID has caused widespread concern.
Over 500 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with COVID-19 so far, and the number of patients who develop long-term symptoms is increasing.
Long COVID or post-COVID conditions (PCC) refer to the situation in which individuals who have been infected with COVID-19 experience long-term effects from their infection. Common symptoms of long COVID include fatigue, chest pain, cognitive dysfunction (brain fog), shortness of breath, muscle pain, and loss of taste and smell.
The symptoms usually occur within 3 months of infection and last for more than 2 months in people who are diagnosed or likely to be infected, according to the World Health Organization (WHO)….
Source: The Epoch Times