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More Than Half Of COVID-19 Patients In New Study Have Heart Damage

ZeroHedge

While the mortality rate from COVID-19 is far lower than initially projected, the disease can leave people with a bevy of health problems of unknown duration; from fatigue, to lingering respiratory issues, to loss of taste and smell.

Now, we can add heart damage to the list of common post-COVID complications, according to a new study.

The long and short of it: Older individuals with pre-existing heart issues, or those with ‘sleeper’ heart conditions which have gone undiagnosed, are at the most risk.

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