Post-COVID sequelae: an emerging problem of pandemic

Syed Muhammad Zubair, Muhammad Irfan

Abstract


COVID-19, a pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2, initially started from Wuhan, China and gradually spread across the world. Countries across the world are in different stages of COVID-19 with some declaring their states as COVID free while others are going through the peak of the pandemic. As more and more patients continue to recover, physicians across the world will encounter the long term complications of COVID-19. Some of these complications are infectious while others are non infectious but they continue to cripple the lives of the people who have recovered from COVID-19. Few of these sequelae are discussed here.


Keywords


Infection; COVID; Pandemic

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