Not even 1 in 4 people have completely recovered from the coronavirus a full year after being hospitalized with the disease, a U.K. study indicated Sunday, warning that long COVID-19 could become a common condition.
The study involving more than 2,300 people also found that women were 33% less likely to fully recover than men.
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