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95% of former COVID patients suffer no irreversible damage, Israeli study finds – The Times of Israel

Shaare Zedek hospital finds 94% still report symptoms three months on, notably shortness of breath, but most symptoms disappear within six months

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A new Israeli study released Tuesday indicates that 95 percent of recovered COVID-19 patients do not suffer any irreversible respiratory or cardiac damage, helping to answer one of the key questions about the disease that has infected more than 100 million people worldwide.
The study of 166 recovered COVID-19 patients, conducted by Jerusalems Shaare Zedek Medical Center, found that 94 percent still reported symptoms three months on, notably shortness of breath, though most symptoms disappeared within…

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