Coronavirus: Could infection with an Omicron subvariant lead to long COVID?

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus was first detected in late 2021. Since then, it has spread globally and also branched out into several sub-variants: BA.2, BA.5, BQ1, BQ1. 1, BF.7 , XBB and XBB.1.5.

On the plus side, experts have noted that Omicron and its sub-variants largely cause less fatal infections than previous variants. However, Omicron’s link to COVID lingers – a condition that continues to affect people’s health and daily activities, sometimes even 2 years after initial infection. Read on to learn more about Omicron’s link to persistent COVID.


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