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Long COVID in children: what parents and teachers need to know

By Carolyn Chew-Graham, Professor of General Practice Research, Director of Clinical Academic Training, Keele University
Amali Lokugamage, Deputy Lead of Clinical and Professional Practice, UCL Medical School, and Honorary Associate Professor, UCL
Frances Simpson, Lecturer in Psychology and Counselling, Coventry University
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As we learn more about COVID-19, the accepted narratives about it are constantly being challenged. Initially it was said that children aren’t seriously affected by the virus. But while acute infections in children do tend to be milder, there is emerging evidence that, like adults, they are at risk from persisting symptoms – in other words, long COVID.

The Office for National Statistics estimates…

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