The researchers say more studies are needed to better understand the symptoms and long-term impact of the pandemic on children. Photo: AP
The researchers say more studies are needed to better understand the symptoms and long-term impact of the pandemic on children. Photo: AP

Long Covid: children can have lingering symptoms but the chances are low, study finds

  • Team in Denmark found children who had been infected were more likely to have experienced at least one symptom for two months or longer than those who had not
  • But they said the difference was small and noted that ‘possible differences between the groups could be masked by competing diseases and vaccine side effects’

The researchers say more studies are needed to better understand the symptoms and long-term impact of the pandemic on children. Photo: AP
The researchers say more studies are needed to better understand the symptoms and long-term impact of the pandemic on children. Photo: AP
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