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Coronavirus – Hungary's Chief Epidemiologist: Many Recovered Patients Dealing With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, PTSD

Thursday 27 August 2020


From Hungary Today:


János Szlávik
János Szlávik
(Featured image via Attila Kovács/MTI)

Coronavirus – Chief Epidemiologist: Many Recovered Patients Dealing with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, PTSD

MTI-Hungary Today
19 August 2020
© 2020 HungaryToday. All rights reserved.

Many people who have recovered from Covid-19 have ended up developing chronic fatigue syndrome and post-traumatic stress disorder, Hungary’s chief epidemiologist said on Tuesday.

Roughly 20-25 percent of recovered Covid-19 patients have developed chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and 10 percent of those who were treated in intensive care have also ended up dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), János Szlávik of the Budapest South Pest Hospital told public news channel M1. Recovered Hungarian patients have also shown signs of PTSD, he added.


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