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CDC: People With 'Mild' COVID-19 Still Feel Symptoms For Weeks On End

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CDC: People With 'Mild' COVID-19 Still Feel Symptoms For Weeks On End

CDC: People With 'Mild' COVID-19 Still Feel Symptoms For Weeks On End

Just because you're considered to have a mild case of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, it doesn't mean you're getting a free ride.

That's because according to the CDC, 35% of 292 people surveyed said they still didn't feel like their old selves even two to three weeks after testing positive.

According to CNN, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say older people were more likely to feel prolonged symptoms.


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