Self-reported Long Covid symptoms level moves towards 2 million people

Up 200,000 from January

John Brazier
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Self-reported Long Covid symptoms level moves towards 2 million people

The latest figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show a further 200,000 people have self-reported symptoms of Long Covid in the last month.

Data published on 7 April shows that around 1.7 million people in private households throughout the UK self-reported symptoms of Long Covid persisting over four weeks as of 5 March, The latest data represents month-on-month increases of 200,000 people from both the end of January and December last year. However, the total number of those self-reporting symptoms now represents 2.7% of the UK population, up from 2.1% and 2.0% in January and December respectively. Covering the four-week...

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