Real News: Over 150 Million People Worldwide Suffering from Long Covid

No one has given any evidence that something called “long Covid” exists.

What they appear to be doing is blaming this elusive, fake phenomenon for the side effects of the safe and deadly coronavirus vaccine.


At least 17 million people across Europe and Central Asia have suffered from long COVID since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), which is urging countries to take the problem seriously.

The WHO defines long COVID as a condition that occurs in patients with a history of probable or confirmed coronavirus 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.

While many long COVID patients recover over time, around 10-20 per cent still experience symptoms after 12 months, according to the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME).

Its estimate of 17 million long COVID cases applies to the WHO European region – a broader geographical region than the European Union – which is home to nearly 900 million people and comprises 53 states, including Central Asian countries.

Hard to diagnose and hard to treatPost-COVID-19 condition” as it’s also known is complex and can be hard to diagnose as it has a range of more than 200 symptoms – some of which can resemble other illnesses – from exhaustion and cognitive impairment to pain, fever and heart palpitations.

Long COVID can also affect mental health, the WHO has warned.

Several scientists from organisations including the US National Institutes of Health and Britain’s statistics office are looking into evidence of increased cases of depression and suicidal thoughts among people with long COVID, as well as a growing number of known deaths.

There’s no proven treatment and debilitating symptoms can leave sufferers unable to work.

Worldwide, nearly 150 million people are estimated to have developed long COVID during the first two years of the pandemic, according to the IHME.

In the United States alone, the condition has affected up to 23 million people, the national Government Accountability Office (GAO) estimated in March.

New modelling conducted for WHO Europe by the IHME suggests women are twice as likely as men to experience long COVID.

Women are also more likely to suffer from mass hysteria.

Maybe that’s just a coincidence though.

“It started with just one woman…”