Rates of Long COVID in the U.S. Have Declined Since June of 2022

(By Chris Lee for Kaiser Family Foundation Published: Jan 26, 2023)

The share of people who say they have had long COVID has declined since the summer, according to a new KFF analysis of self-reported data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Among people who have ever had COVID, the share who say they currently or have ever had long COVID declined from 35% in June 2022 to 28% in January 2023, finds the analysis of data from the CDC’s Household Pulse Survey. Continue reading here…

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