What are the symptoms of long-haul COVID?

There’s no formal definition of long COVID yet. Some medical authorities and researchers define it as extending a few weeks after recovery, others several months. And while there are also no established diagnostic criteria, the most common symptoms reported include:Fatigue, muscle aches, and weakness, Chest pain and heart palpitations, Headache, Changes in mood, extreme emotions, Altered smell and taste, etc.

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