As we continue to learn more about COVID-19, we are just beginning to understand the long-term effects of the infection.
Although the understanding of Long Covid is still in its infancy, the research suggests that the condition is widespread. The UK Office of National Statistics (ONS) found that 13.7% of Covid positive people reported at least one symptom after twelve weeks based on a cohort of 20,000
A small study of 30 discharged patients in Hong Kong led by City University of Hong Kong suggested that 80% of patients had at least one persistent symptom at six months after infection and one-third of patients had more than three symptoms at six months.
This webinar will help clarify what Long Covid is as well as looking at how it is likely to impact individuals and organisations going forward.