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Report says Missourians report higher rates of long covid than the U.S. average
A report says Missourians report higher rates of long covid than the U.S. average.
A University of Missouri Extension study brief says of Missourians who previously had COVID, about 37-percent reported symptoms lasting three months or longer, compared with roughly 33-percent of all Americans.
According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the percentage of Missourians reporting difficulty remembering or making decisions – known as “brain fog” – is up 15-percent from pre-pandemic levels and is higher than the U.S. average.