Italian study finds COVID-19 symptoms persist in many patients
A small study by Italian researchers found that more than 87% of patients who had recovered from acute COVID-19 still had at least one symptom 2 months after illness onset.
The study, published yesterday in a research letter to JAMA, assessed 143 patients treated for acute COVID-19 at a hospital in Rome in April and May. Patients were assessed a mean 60.3 days after onset of the first symptom.
At the time of evaluation, 32% had one or two symptoms and 55% had three or more. Only 12.6% were completely free of symptoms. None of the patients had any signs or symptoms of acute illness, but lower quality of life was observed among 44.1%, with a high proportion of individuals still
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coronavirus is spread in the air except for certain risky medical procedures, such as when patients are first put on breathing machines.In a change to its previous thinking, WHO noted on Thursday that studies evaluating COVID-19 outbreaks in restaurants, choir practices and fitness classes suggested the virus might have been spread in the air.Airborne spread "particularly in specific indoor locations, such as crowded and inadequately ventilated spaces over a prolonged period of time with infected persons cannot be ruled out," WHO said.Still, officials also pointed out that other modes of transmission — like contaminated surfaces or close contacts between people in such indoor environments — might also have explained the disease's
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