200 possible symptoms in 10 organ systems: GPs need more support diagnosing long COVID, report says

The parliamentary inquiry report called for a clearer definition of the syndrome to be developed
Dr Mike Freelander.

GPs need more support in managing patients with long COVID, a syndrome that is poorly understood, has some 200 possible symptoms and poses a ‘significant’ burden for Australia, a parliamentary inquiry says. 

Its report into the impact of long COVID called for clearer guidelines on diagnosing and treating the condition and the creation of a national database on cases.