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Long Covid is a term to describe the effects of Covid-19 that continue for weeks or months beyond the initial illness.
The ‘jab market’ of private COVID vaccines is a good thing for public health – but not for health inequality5 min read
Privately selling COVID vaccines could boost immunity but raises worries about health inequalities. Affordability issues may limit access for lower-income individuals, worsening disparities in vaccine distribution.
How “brain fog” from Long COVID can be akin to ageing 10 years. A King’s College London study reveals cognitive impairments that can last up to 2 years post-infection.
Research shows that people with long COVID have worse mental health than those without it. They may face disbelief, stigma and difficulties accessing healthcare.
Widespread vaccination of children would likely avert thousands of cases of long COVID in the UK.
Of all symptoms studied, fatigue was associated with the biggest effect on long COVID patients’ daily lives.
Studies from multiple countries have found that long COVID is linked to an increased likelihood of not working. Here’s what’s happened in the UK.