Howden rolls out Long Covid support service

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Howden rolls out Long Covid support service

Cases of Long Covid can last for anywhere between five to 12 weeks, with some extreme cases showing symptoms for 12 months

Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing has launched a specialist Long Covid service aimed at supporting workers to manage their symptoms and aid their recovery. The support service will provide access to RedArc nurses for those that are suffering with extended Covid-19 symptoms, such fatigue, coughs, headaches, loss of taste and/or smell, and muscle aches, that can persist for months after the initial infection. The service will cost a one-off fee of £550 per employee, which provides unlimited...

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