Hospitalized coronavirus patients still suffer symptoms 6 months post-infection: study

A study published over the weekend has furthered existing evidence that so-called “long-COVID” is very much a reality for many who have contracted the novel coronavirus, with researchers finding in what is said to be the largest cohort study on the topic to date that for some, certain COVID-19 symptoms — namely fatigue and muscle weakness — stick around for up to six months following the initial infection. 

The study, published Friday in the medical journal The…

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