The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimates that one million people are living with long Covid across the UK, and the impact continues to blight working people’s lives, writes Layla Moran, Liberal Democrat MP.
The impact of long Covid on a person’s life can be devastating. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimates that one million people are living with long Covid across the UK, of whom 376,000 have been living with the condition for over a year (https://bit.ly/3d8ddDf).
It is a debilitating condition whose symptoms most commonly include extreme fatigue and shortness of breath, but it can affect any organ and can leave people unable to walk or work. Just under one in five (18.8 per cent) who suffer from the condition report that their daily lives have been limited a lot, according to the ONS.
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