“Based on the cumulative findings worldwide, it is evident that the coronavirus has long-term effects not only on the adult population but also among children,” the translated findings read. “The reported long-term morbidity rate means that there are thousands of children in Israel with long-term symptoms.”
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The Health Ministry-led survey also found that older children were more likely to experience long COVID; 1.8% of kids ages 3-6 saw lasting symptoms whereas 4.6% of those ages 12-18 endured such effects.
What’s more, participants aged 12-18 who experienced a symptomatic course of COVID-19 were more likely to develop long COVID, compared to those who had asymptomatic confirmed COVID-19, at 5.6% versus 3.5%, respectively. The findings didn’t disclose specific symptoms. CLICK HERE TO FIND A COVID-19 VACCINE NEAR YOU
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