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I have had COVID in the last four weeks

Most people with COVID or symptoms of COVID feel better within a few weeks. However, you may still have symptoms even after the acute infection such as fatigue, breathlessness and changes to your mood and thinking.

In this section, you will find advice on your symptoms and where you can get support for them to help you start or continue your recovery.

What Is COVID-19?

Find out how you can manage the wide ranging effects of COVID that you may still be feeling.

Find out how you can manage the wide ranging effects of COVID that you may still be feeling.

Still feeling the effects?

Find out how you can manage the wide ranging effects of COVID that you may still be feeling.

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Breathlessness

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Fatigue

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Cough

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Managing Your Oxygen

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Headache

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Taste and Smell

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Voice and Swallowing

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Musculoskeletal, Shoulder and Back Pain

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Chest pain

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Skin Disorders

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Managing Fear and Anxiety

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Managing Your Mood and Coping with Frustration

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Memory and Concentration

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Palpitations

Dizziness

Find out how you can manage the wide ranging effects of COVID that you may still be feeling.

Your Wellbeing

Find out how you can manage the wide ranging effects of COVID that you may still be feeling.

Find out how you can manage the wide ranging effects of COVID that you may still be feeling.

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