Post-Covid-19 Long Haul Syndrome

Post-Covid-19 Long Haul Syndrome


  • Wajiha Ikram
  • Muhammad Ahmad Atta
  • Muhammad Arham Ashraf
  • Amna Nisar
  • Hina Shakoor
  • Faiza Batool
  • Muhammad Tausif
  • Asad Buzdar





Long Haul Syndrome is a set of conditions that persist for more than 4 weeks after a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19. Just like COVID-19 diverse symptomatology, the post-COVID19 syndrome also exhibits a diverse clinical spectrum including respiratory (fatigue, shortness of breath, sore throat), cardiovascular (chest pain, palpitations, tachycardia), physical (arthritis, myalgia, weakness), neurocognitive (sleep disorders, anxiety, mood swings, cognitive impairment) and multi-organ diseases. There are certain criteria defining long haul syndrome or post-COVID19 syndrome. It may be defined as “No recovery after symptoms appear for weeks to months regardless of confirmatory diagnostic testing. There is an estimate that SARS-CoV-19 impacted billions of people worldwide across 200 countries since a large population is at risk of developing long-haul covid19. Hence, it is a globally addressed issue of public health. This review will be a nutshell of guiding information covering maximum dimensions from the basis of disease to its multifaceted effects.




How to Cite

Ikram, W., Atta, M. A., Ashraf, M. A., Nisar, A., Shakoor, H., Batool, F., Tausif, M., & Buzdar, A. (2023). Post-Covid-19 Long Haul Syndrome. Journal of Society of Prevention, Advocacy and Research KEMU, 2(1). Retrieved from



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