It has been revealed in a new study that the effects of COVID-19 will remain until 2 to 3 months even if the patient has recovered and is discharged from the hospital.
As per the study, a major chunk of patients who were discharged after their recovery faced difficulty in breathing, depression, anxiety, and fatigue.
According to the report, the study named “C-MORE” was conducted by the scientists of the University of Oxford. They found abnormalities in many organs through the Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test and concluded that these abnormalities are the outcomes of chronic or prolonged inflammation.
The C-MORE research is also part of the University of Leicester’s national PHOSP-COVID network, which is studying the long-term effects of COVID.
On another note regarding the COVID-19 vaccine there are about 200 COVID-19 vaccine candidates in development globally, including more than Many are being squeezed into a matter of months for a process that would typically take 10 years or longer.
Scott Ratzan, co-leader of Business Partners to CONVINCE and lecturer at CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy, said the data demonstrated diminished public trust.
Further stating, “It will be tragic if we develop safe and effective vaccines and people refuse to take them.”