Every second COVID hospital patient in Wuhan after one year with long-term consequences

Even a year after they became ill, about half of patients hospitalized with MERS still had long-term consequences. This says a new study of the first cases in Wuhan.

So the authors of the Chinese study, which appeared Friday in “The Lancet,” called for better consideration of the long-term effects of the disease. One in three patients still had shortness of breath even after a year.

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