A new study finds three-out-of-four coronavirus patients are still showing symptoms months after recovering.
The British study followed over 100 patients who were hospitalized with COVID-19, and after 12 weeks most of them had reported improvements, with no lung damage from the respiratory illness. However, about 80 of the patients were still experiencing other symptoms, including breathlessness, fatigue and muscle aches.
As far as lung issues, while most were fine, one-in-seven did have scarring and lung issues. Insomnia was a highly reported side effect as well. The findings are part of a study of the long-term effects of the coronavirus.