Long Covid-19 occurs in individuals with a history of probable or confirmed SARS CoV-2 infection, usually three months from the onset of Covid-19, and with symptoms that last for at least two months and cannot be explained by an alternative diagnosis.
Common symptoms include fatigue, shortness of breath, cognitive dysfunction but also others and generally have an impact on everyday functioning. Symptoms may be new onset following initial recovery from an acute Covid-19 episode or persist from the initial illness. Symptoms may also fluctuate or relapse over time.
Long Covid clinical guidance
Find out what the signs and symptoms of Covid are, along with information on diagnosis, frequently asked questions and resources.
You will also find a selection of Frontline articles on Long Covid and our updated rehabilitation standards for patients with Long Covid.
Long Covid and employment
An article offering employment advice and guidance for members affected by long Covid.
Returning to work
How employers can help support those with Long Covid in their return to work
Members benevolent fund
Financial support for members who are experiencing difficulties due to Covid.