UArizona Study Shows People With Mild COVID-19 Infections See Long-Term Symptoms

Researchers at the University of Arizona have looked at people who had mild infections, and found up to 67% of individuals still had symptoms 30 days after their positive COVID-19 test, otherwise referred to as "long covid." Some of the most common symptoms were fatigue, shortness of breath, brain fog, stress/anxiety, altered taste/smell, body aches and muscle pain, insomnia, headaches, joint pain, and congestion.