Study: 1 in 5 asymptomatic COVID-19 patients will be a long-hauler - WOODTV.com
Jun 16, 2021 56 secs

The report indicated that just under 19% of all asymptomatic COVID-19 patients began to exhibit “persistent or new symptoms” 30 days or more after their initial positive diagnosis.

(NEXSTAR) — Nearly 20% of asymptomatic COVID-19 patients will eventually present “at least one” common condition associated with long-haul COVID-19, according to the results of a study published this week.

Of the major findings, FAIR Health’s report indicated that just under 19% of all asymptomatic COVID-19 patients — a “substantial share” — began to exhibit “persistent or new symptoms” 30 days or more after their initial positive diagnosis.

Post-COVID conditions, meanwhile, affected approximately 27.5% of symptomatic patients who did not require hospitalization, and nearly 50% of symptomatic patients who did, according to FAIR Health.

“Even as the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, long-haul COVID persists as a public health issue affecting many Americans,” stated FAIR Health president Robin Gelburd in a press release.

Slightly less common conditions, but also reported among asymptomatic patients after 30 days, included anxiety, intestinal issues and skin issues, among others.

In most cases, females were also more likely to be associated with one of the long-haul conditions “by 5% or more,” according to the study’s white sheet.


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