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University of Manitoba launches long COVID survey – Winnipeg

The College of Manitoba is launching a brand new survey on Tuesday to determine the ins and outs of lengthy COVID.

Based on Dr. Alan Katz of the Max Rady School, current analysis efforts have inconsistent variables, main to very large variations in info relating to lengthy COVID.

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He says present analysis has but to dwelling in on any specifics for who’s extra more likely to develop long-term signs.

“Some analysis says it’s about 10 per cent. Different analysis is as excessive as 50 or 60 per cent. The more moderen analysis says possibly 20, 25 per cent of those who have COVID bought lengthy COVID, and that’s one of many questions that I’m making an attempt to reply.”

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He says Manitoba has a novel alternative to be taught extra.

“Now we have knowledge on the Manitoba Centre for Well being Coverage of all contacts with the health-care system, and meaning we might do what we name population-based research. We are able to actually take a look at all people, however as a result of there is no such thing as a single diagnostic code in that info that claims this particular person had lengthy COVID, we are actually struggling to find out, properly, who actually has lengthy COVID.”

The survey takes roughly 5 to 10 minutes to finish and will be performed anonymously.

Manitobans can participate online.


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