Long Covid now affecting over 380,000 for more than 12 months

ONS data

John Brazier
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Long Covid now affecting over 380,000 for more than 12 months

Statistics from the Office of National Statistics show an increasing number of people in the UK are suffering from Long Covid symptoms for over 12 months.

The latest data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) published on 5 August shows that around 945,000 people in private households throughout the UK are self-reporting symptoms of Long Covid. This represents a slight decrease from over one million people reported by the ONS in early June. Covering the four-week period ending 4 July, the statistics show that of the total number of people recording Long Covid symptoms, 88.4% (835,000) first had (or suspected they had) Covid-19 at least...

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