Omicron linked to more long COVID-19 cases: study

By Aaron Bunch
Updated March 28 2024 - 1:55pm, first published 1:50pm
Almost one in five suffer COVID-19 symptoms three months after they initially tested positive. (Mark Stewart/AAP PHOTOS)
Almost one in five suffer COVID-19 symptoms three months after they initially tested positive. (Mark Stewart/AAP PHOTOS)

The Omicron coronavirus variant could be causing more cases of long COVID than earlier versions of the disease, scientists say.

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