COVID’s long shadow: Symptoms may last 2 to 18 months | CIDRAP – among children

A pair of studies published today detail long COVID, with US researchers finding that more than one in four pediatric patients hospitalized for COVID-19 or multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) had persistent symptoms or impaired activity 2 to 4 months later, and a Norwegian study revealing that nearly half of patients with mild COVID-19 still had symptoms after 1 year. Source: COVID’s long shadow: Symptoms may last 2 to 18 months | CIDRAP