Some individuals who have been identified with COVID-19 suffered signs equivalent to complications and hair loss six months later, a survey by a Japanese well being ministry crew confirmed Wednesday.
The crew, headed by Koichi Fukunaga, professor at Keio College, regarded into 522 individuals who have been hospitalized with COVID-19 between January final 12 months and February this 12 months.
The survey confirmed that 21% of respondents had a way of fatigue six months after the analysis and that 61% had such a sense through the interval between the analysis and the discharge from hospital.
Style and scent problems have been reported by 9% and seven% of respondents, respectively, even after six months had handed. Such problems have been perceived by 38% and 37% of respondents, respectively, through the interval from their analysis till they left hospital.
The survey confirmed that 9% had complications, 11% felt declines in cognitive means and 10% suffered hair loss, six months after they examined optimistic for the coronavirus.
In the course of the interval between analysis and discharge, 35% had complications, 26% felt a drop in cognitive means and 17% suffered hair loss.
The figures for signs reported by the respondents three and 6 months after their analysis have been virtually identical.
Some 80% of respondents mentioned their well being had returned six months after testing optimistic for the virus, in response to the survey.
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