Even If You’re Asymptomatic, You Can Have Long-Term Effects From the Coronavirus

Here’s what the experts say

Scientists warn that asymptomatic people can have lasting effects. Researchers are beginning to study what happens to the body when it contracts Covid-19 but doesn’t develop any symptoms. In a recent research review published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, chest scans of asymptomatic people with Covid-19 have revealed the presence of some “lung abnormalities” — abnormalities that also turn up among symptomatic patients. That’s one example, and…

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