Indira Findlay (R) donated the grandfathers of children who were victims of the COVID-19 pandemic for a quilt project for the 13th Annual Juneteenth Festival in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY, USA in June. We are designing a patch to commemorate. January 19, 2022. (Photo by Michael Nagle/Xinhua)
Long Covid, or post-Covid, was first identified in the United States months after the pandemic began in March 2020. million Americans.
NEW YORK, Aug. 29 (Xinhua) — More black Americans are reporting prolonged COVID-19 symptoms that make it difficult to get treatment, NBC News reported Sunday. rice field.
“Like most of the effects of the pandemic, blacks have borne the brunt of long-term hospitalizations from COVID-19, and this group accounts for the majority of long-term hospitalizations from COVID-19, with researchers finding that We predict that life expectancy will decline significantly over the next five years.”
One patient visited the hospital dozens of times for help, but was dismissed and sometimes labeled “aggressive” by doctors when she claimed the severe headaches she experienced were caused by COVID-19. Said it was attached.
Long Covid, or post-Covid, was first identified in the United States months after the pandemic began in March 2020. It’s been two and a half years since the public health crisis, but “up to 23 million Americans,” the report said.
According to the US Government Accountability Office, long-term Covid symptoms vary from person to person, with people reporting experiencing everything from fatigue and cognitive impairment to tissue and organ damage. ■