Long Covid levels in UK stabilise during October

Currently 1.2 million people self-reporting symptoms

John Brazier
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Long Covid levels in UK stabilise during October

The latest figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show the prevalence of Long Covid symptoms among UK adults has slowed in October.

Data published on 2 December shows that around 1.2 million people in private households throughout the UK are self-reporting symptoms of Long Covid persisting for over four weeks as of the end October, consistent with the level recorded at the start of the month. Cases of self-reported Long Covid symptoms had previously been growing month-on-month, although there were fluctuations recorded by the ONS based on how long symptoms have persisted. Covering the four-week period ending 31 October,...

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