Sep 20, 2020
Even mild coronavirus cases can have this long term symptom
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Every day we learn more about coronavirus, but it may take months or even years for us to fully understand the long term effects of surviving COVID-19.

A new study out of Ireland suggests that more than half of people who contract the disease will suffer persistent fatigue – even if they experienced a mild case of coronavirus.

So is this a unique hallmark of COVID-19? Or is it just something most people can expect after any viral infection?

Also on the show:

* Now the numbers in NSW are now looking better, how much longer will Norman wait before going back to the gym?

* When do you think Victorians could safely walk outside without a mask?

* My wife and I are 65, what is the case fatality rate for people in our age bracket?

And Norman and Tegan discuss the funding by the Commonwealth Government's Medical Research Future Fund of two potential new coronavirus vaccines.
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