Hospital admission is an indication of this dangerous type of corona

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It has tracked more than 10 thousand people infected with the virus


A recent study conducted in Denmark showed that individuals who are hospitalized due to symptoms of the emerging corona virus, may suffer from the effects of the disease and complications of the so-called “long-term corona”.

According to the study published in the journal “The Lancet”, the risks for those infected with the virus who did not have to enter the hospital, were lower.

According to the “Al-Hurra” website, the study tracked more than ten thousand people infected with the new Corona virus in Denmark, between February 27, 2020 and May 31 of the same year, because the doctors’ knowledge did not have much information regarding the risks for those who did not Get hospital.

The study found that “the absolute risk of severe complications after infection with corona for those whose cases did not require hospitalization is low,” but it required that the general practitioner or outpatient hospitals visit periodically.

In early February, the World Health Organization held its first hypothetical symposium dedicated to the so-called “long-term COVID-19” in order to properly define and formally name it.

While some studies have begun to shed light on the disease, it remains unclear why some of those who contracted it continue to have symptoms of the epidemic for months, including fatigue, brain fog, and cardiac and nervous disorders.

Study: hospitalization is an indication of this dangerous type of corona

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A recent study conducted in Denmark showed that individuals who are hospitalized due to symptoms of the emerging corona virus, may suffer from the effects of the disease and complications of the so-called “long-term corona”.

According to the study published in the journal “The Lancet”, the risks for those infected with the virus who did not have to enter the hospital, were lower.

According to the “Al-Hurra” website, the study tracked more than ten thousand people infected with the new Corona virus in Denmark, between February 27, 2020 and May 31 of the same year, because the doctors’ knowledge did not have much information regarding the risks for those who did not Get hospital.

The study found that “the absolute risk of severe complications after infection with corona for those whose cases did not require hospitalization is low,” but it required that the general practitioner or outpatient hospitals visit periodically.

In early February, the World Health Organization held its first hypothetical symposium dedicated to the so-called “long-term COVID-19” in order to properly define and formally name it.

While some studies have begun to shed light on the disease, it remains unclear why some of those who contracted it continue to have symptoms of the epidemic for months, including fatigue, brain fog, and cardiac and nervous disorders.

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It has tracked more than 10 thousand people infected with the virus

A recent study conducted in Denmark showed that individuals who are hospitalized due to symptoms of the emerging corona virus, may suffer from the effects of the disease and complications of the so-called “long-term corona”.

According to the study published in the journal “The Lancet”, the risks for those infected with the virus who did not have to enter the hospital, were lower.

According to the Al-Hurra website, the study tracked more than ten thousand people infected with the emerging coronavirus in Denmark, between February 27, 2020, and May 31 of the same year, because the doctors’ knowledge did not have much information regarding the risks for those who did not Get hospital.

The study found that “the absolute risk of severe complications after infection with corona for those whose cases did not require hospitalization is low,” but it required that the general practitioner or outpatient hospitals visit periodically.

In early February, the World Health Organization held its first hypothetical symposium dedicated to the so-called “long-term Covid” in order to properly define and name it officially.

While some studies have begun to shed light on the disease, it remains unclear why some of those who contracted it continue to have symptoms of the epidemic for months, including fatigue, brain fog, and cardiac and nervous disorders.





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