Non-hospitalised COVID-19 patients have low-risk of serious long-term effects, but report more visits to GP following infection

Non-hospitalised COVID-19 patients visited their GPs around 20% more often than those who tested negative. This shows the need to ensure clinicians have the resources and support to manage any potential long-term conditions, says senior research author.
Non-hospitalised COVID-19 patients have low-risk of serious long-term effects, but report more visits to GP following infection

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