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People may suffer ‘long colds’ more than four weeks after infection, study shows

Results in the Lancet’s EClinicalMedicine journal found a ‘similar risk’ of long-term symptoms as those with Covid

Scientists say they have found evidence that people may experience “long colds”, acute respiratory infections with long-term symptoms.

Some of the most common symptoms include coughing, stomach pain, and diarrhoea more than four weeks after the initial infection. The severity of an illness appears to be a key driver of risk of long-term symptoms.

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