Professor Ng Siew Chien, associate director of Chinese University’s Centre for Gut Microbiota Research. Photo: Handout Professor Ng Siew Chien, associate director of Chinese University’s Centre for Gut Microbiota Research. Photo: Handout
Professor Ng Siew Chien, associate director of Chinese University’s Centre for Gut Microbiota Research. Photo: Handout

Study finds 80 per cent of recovered Covid-19 patients in Hong Kong suffer from at least one lingering symptom, with gut bacteria playing critical role

  • Researchers at Chinese University also say nearly a third suffer from more than three symptoms
  • Imbalances in gut bacteria have been linked to the severity of the disease, which is a cause for concern as 40 per cent of the population suffers from the condition

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Professor Ng Siew Chien, associate director of Chinese University’s Centre for Gut Microbiota Research. Photo: Handout Professor Ng Siew Chien, associate director of Chinese University’s Centre for Gut Microbiota Research. Photo: Handout
Professor Ng Siew Chien, associate director of Chinese University’s Centre for Gut Microbiota Research. Photo: Handout
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