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Debrecen University Launches Post-Covid Ambulant Network

MTI-Hungary Today 2021.02.27.

The University of Debrecen, in eastern Hungary, is launching an ambulant network to treat post-Covid ailments, the university clinic said on its website on Friday.

The website cites clinic head Zoltán Szabó as saying that the “post-Covid state”, which affects some 10-20 percent of Covid patients, involves protracted suffering from symptoms connected to Covid-19.

The symptoms include fatigue, shortness of breath, foggy memory and difficulty concentrating, along with a variety of problems involving respiratory, cardiac, circulatory, neurological, musculatory or psychiatric difficulties, Szabó said.

Domestic Production of Coronavirus Vaccine to Start at End-2022
Domestic Production of Coronavirus Vaccine to Start at End-2022

Domestic production of a coronavirus vaccine will start in Debrecen at the end of next year, the minister of innovation and technology told a press conference on Thursday. The plant will be set up for the production of vaccines against coronavirus, László Palkovics said. A vaccine under development will be produced in cooperation with the […]Continue reading

Accordingly, the network will employ experts from numerous disciplines to aid the recovery of patients in eastern Hungary, he said.

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