Oxford University says patients with COVID-19 show symptoms months after virus contractions

The University of Oxford, UK, said on Monday that preliminary results from a study into the long-term effects of COVID-19 found a significant number of patients discharged from hospitals still remained two to three months after contracting the virus. Shortness of breath shows symptoms of fatigue, anxiety, and depression. .

The university said in a statement that scientists have detected abnormalities in several organs and believe that persistent inflammation may be a factor for COVID-19 survivors.

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