studied 177 patients for as long as nine months after they were first diagnosed with the coronavirus. The majority of the group had a mild case of COVID-19 and wasn’t hospitalized.Of the study participants, about 30% reported lingering symptoms.
The most common symptoms that persisted were fatigue and loss of smell or taste. Additionally, more than 30% of participants said they had a worse quality of life compared to before getting sick.
Eight percent also said they had difficulty with at least one usual activity, such as daily chores.Though the study group was small in size, researchers said they believe this is the longest follow-up study yet that assess symptoms after COVID-19 infection.Read more on fox29.com