The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has found that people who have been fully vaccinated against coronavirus are less likely to experience symptoms of “prolonged COVID”.
This is reported by ITV.
UKHSA reviewed 15 studies to compare the effects of vaccination against symptoms of "long-term COVID" – Fatigue, muscle and joint pain, shortness of breath, difficulty concentrating, brain fog.
Those who received one or two doses of the vaccine were less likely to develop these symptoms after exposure than in unvaccinated people.
“These studies add to the potential benefits of receiving a full course of coronavirus vaccination,” the UKHSA said.