Long covia apparently take less time in infants than previously thought: in rare cases only more than twelve weeks. This is what researchers come up with after the assessment Various studies.
Researchers at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Parkville (Australia) studied 14 different studies and data from 19,400 children. The children suffered from insomnia, fatigue, poor concentration, headaches and abdominal pain. Scientists have found that children with previous illnesses are 25 times more likely to be severely ill with corona and long-term effects (long covit).
Nevertheless, experts point out that the data and findings are not yet sufficient to make a definitive assessment of the long-term risk factors and consequences in children. “Current studies do not have clear case definitions and age-related data,” says Nigel Curtis of the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.
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