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PEOPIL Covid litigation head says Long Covid-19 negligently contracted in hospitals and nursing homes may lead to medico legal claims across Europe.

Persistent post-COVID syndrome, also referred to as “long COVID”, is an illness which involves persistent, physical, medical injury following primary acquisition of COVID-19. At less than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic many long-term effects of SARS-COV-2 infection remain unclear. However, medical journals have confirmed that new evidence is emerging rapidly about symptom profiles and the rehabilitation needs of COVID-19 survivors in the initial months of their recovery.

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PEOPIL Covid litigation head says Long Covid-19 negligently contracted in hospitals and nursing homes may lead to medico legal claims across Europe.

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