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JAMA NETWORK REPORT – LONG COVID UPDATE – FINDINGS FROM A TOTAL OF 2100 STUDIES IDENTIFIED THAT THE REPORTED NUMBER OF PEOPLE SUFFERING WITH LONG COVID INCREASED FROM 1 IN 3 TO 1 IN 2 – With the most Long Covid symptoms included mental health, pulmonary, and urologic disorders, which were prevalent longer than 6 months after the person RECOVERED from their Covid-19 infection.

  • Alert date March 21, 2022

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    Importance Short-term and long-term persistent postacute sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC) have not been systematically evaluated.

    The incidence and evolution of PASC are dependent on time from infection, organ systems and tissue affected, vaccination status, variant of the virus, and geographic region.

    Objective To estimate organ system–specific frequency and evolution of PASC.

    Conclusions and Relevance In this systematic review, more than half of COVID-19 survivors experienced PASC 6 months after recovery.

    The most common PASC involved functional mobility impairments, pulmonary abnormalities, and mental health disorders.

    These long-term PASC effects occur on a scale that could overwhelm existing health care capacity, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.

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