Long Covid now has three types - and each has its own set of symptoms
There are three different types of long Covid and each has its own set of symptoms, according to researchers.
Experts from King’s College London examined 1,459 people living with long Covid - defined by the study authors as suffering symptoms for at least 84 days after infection - and found there appeared to be three “subtypes” of the condition.
A pre-print of the study, published on medRxiv, revealed people with long Covid appeared to be split into three main groups, including:
- Those with neurological symptoms including fatigue, brain fog ...