Long COVID at Scripps Research

An estimated 3.4 to 10.2 million individuals in the US and 19-58 million across the world have Long COVID and there are currently no broadly effective treatments

Background and Scientific Rationale

Long COVID is a collection of symptoms that persist more than 28 days following a confirmed or suspected COVD-19 infection. It can affect numerous systems within a person’s body, including respiratory, cardiovascular, neurological, immunological, and musculoskeletal. Symptoms range in both severity and length, often following a recovery and relapse pattern, with common triggers being physical activity, stress, exercise, and mental activity. For many, it has a profound impact on daily life. In a recent study of 3,762 participants, 25% cannot return to work, and over 70% are still experiencing symptoms 7 months after their initial infection2.


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