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Younger women fare worse after acute COVID – The West Australian

UK women under the age of 50 who were treated for serious COVID-19 symptoms were five times less likely to report feeling fully recovered months later.



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Women under 50 and people with severe disease have worse long-term outcomes after hospital admission with COVID-19 than others, according to new UK research.
The study found that in adults admitted to hospital, nearly all experienced ongoing symptoms three months or more after the onset of their COVID-19 infection.
Researchers found that women under the age of 50 had higher odds of worse long-term health outcomes when compared with men and older study participants, even if they had no previous co-morbidity.

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