British forensic psychiatrist Jenny Judge, who has been dealing with post-coronavirus symptoms, wears a heart monitor at her home. Photo: Glyn Kirk/AFP British forensic psychiatrist Jenny Judge, who has been dealing with post-coronavirus symptoms, wears a heart monitor at her home. Photo: Glyn Kirk/AFP
British forensic psychiatrist Jenny Judge, who has been dealing with post-coronavirus symptoms, wears a heart monitor at her home. Photo: Glyn Kirk/AFP

Coronavirus symptoms can last for weeks or months – long-term sufferers also have to face scepticism and disbelief

  • Debilitating fatigue and breathing problems are common complaints among survivors; others include a racing heart, rashes and confusion
  • Many long-term sufferers feel that no one is listening to them, and they face scepticism from doctors

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
British forensic psychiatrist Jenny Judge, who has been dealing with post-coronavirus symptoms, wears a heart monitor at her home. Photo: Glyn Kirk/AFP British forensic psychiatrist Jenny Judge, who has been dealing with post-coronavirus symptoms, wears a heart monitor at her home. Photo: Glyn Kirk/AFP
British forensic psychiatrist Jenny Judge, who has been dealing with post-coronavirus symptoms, wears a heart monitor at her home. Photo: Glyn Kirk/AFP
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