COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Long-Term Effects

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has been initially described as a respiratory disease. But for many people who contract COVID-19, it becomes a vascular disease with many unexpected side effects and long-term effects. Survivors can experience a number of unexpected consequences. Effects can include blood clots, brain effects, kidney problems, etc. The virus can dock with endothelial cells lining blood vessels throughout the body.

What Doctors Are Learning From Autopsy Findings of New Coronavirus Patients | COVID-19
(“There has never been a disease in the history of mankind that is presenting in so many different ways”)
How does the coronavirus enter cells?
(Any cell with ACE2 receptors can potentially be affected)
Long-term heart effects of COVID-19
From Scarred Lungs to Diabetes: How COVID May Stick With People Long-Term | SciShow News
Potential long-term effects of COVID-19 on human beings
Covid-19 Is Having Long-Term Effects on Young People: WHO
Explainer: How the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) infects human cells
Long-term symptoms, complications of COVID-19
COVID-19 may have long term effects in the mind
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Coronavirus is not the flu. It’s worse.

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