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Many are still dealing with the aftereffects of COVID a year after their rating was downgraded

Many medical institutions in Japan are still providing a significant number of consultations for patients with long-term aftereffects of COVID-19, a year after the country downgraded the disease to a lower-risk category under the Infectious Disease Control Law.

Wednesday marked one year since the government lowered the classification of COVID-19 from Category II to Category V, which also includes seasonal flu. Although the usual hustle and bustle have returned to the streets of Japan, many people are still suffering from the aftereffects of COVID-19 – in some cases with symptoms that severely hamper people’s daily activities.

The World Health Organization defines the aftereffects of COVID-19 as symptoms that persist for at least two months after infection and cannot be attributed to other diseases.

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