Prevalence of Long Covid symptoms continues to grow throughout the UK

ONS data

John Brazier
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Prevalence of Long Covid symptoms continues to grow throughout the UK

Statistics from the Office of National Statistics show a consistently 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 2 September shows that around 970,000 people in private households throughout the UK are self-reporting symptoms of Long Covid. While this represents a slight decrease from over one million people reported by the ONS in early June, it shows a month-on-month increase of 25,000 between July and August. Covering the four-week period ending 1 August, the statistics show that of the total number of people recording Lon...

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