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2021-09-22T08:14:18.738Z

Many parents are apprehensive about the moment their child becomes infected and becomes ill with corona. A new study has revealed whether children suffer from long-term symptoms of the disease and for how long



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Cubid is long in children - how long does it last and what are the risks?

Many parents are apprehensive about the moment their child becomes infected and becomes ill with corona.

A new study has revealed whether children suffer from long-term symptoms of the disease and for how long

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Wednesday, 22 September 2021, 10:18 Updated: 11:05

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The world has already announced that the vaccine for children under 12 is approaching and it was most likely available in October.

Additional reports have shown that the number of sick children is increasing - this is due to the lowering of closures and the opening of education systems.

Now, a new study shows that children and teens rarely suffer from long-term corona virus symptoms that last for more than three months.



Researchers examined 14 studies that included 20,000 children from around the world struggling with what is called a 'long cobide'.

They found that almost all children said their symptoms improved between four weeks and 12 weeks.

The team, from the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, in Victoria, Australia, say the findings suggest that the long cob does not cause concern in children under 18, as it does in adults.

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Cubid long appears in patients who have recovered from the virus and continue to show symptoms for weeks and even months or years, after the disease passes and the virus comes out of their blood.

There are a wide range of symptoms that can appear, including persistent loss of taste and smell, fatigue and sensory problems and even long-term neurological.

The causes of the condition are still unknown and several studies are being conducted to examine long-term effects.

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Some theories as to what causes a long cube include patients who have low levels of the virus in their blood or damage that the corona causes to nerve pathways.

The director of the CDC, Dr. Rochelle Wolensky, has previously estimated that between two percent and three percent of children suffer from a long cube.

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For the operation, published in the Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, the team examined 14 studies from around the world that included 19,426 children and adolescents who reported long-term symptoms of the virus.

In children, most symptoms resolved within four to 12 weeks after being first tested positive.

This is compared to older patients with a long cobid, who report symptoms that sometimes last between 24 weeks and 32 weeks after recovery.

The most common symptoms reported in children were fatigue, headaches, difficulty concentrating, sleep disturbances and abdominal pain.



Another study published about a month ago in the important journal The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health journal found similar results.

The study examined data from 1,734 children aged 5-17 who became infected in Corona and developed symptoms between September 2020 and February 2021. Less than 1 in 20 children had symptoms that lasted four weeks or more and only one in 50 children experienced symptoms that persisted even after 8 weeks of infection.

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