However, the study authors said problems were also commonplace in younger, previously healthy adults.
The findings showed that 27 per cent of 19 to 29-year-olds and 37 per cent of 30 to 39-year-olds experienced a complication. These figures rise to 54 per cent of 60 to 69-year-olds and to 52 per cent for people in their 80s.
One in eight (13 per cent) of the youngest group, aged 19 to 29, suffered acute complications which meant they were unable to look after themselves after being discharged.
Some will think that’s true. Which it isn’t, not without this qualification:
Half of hospitalised Covid patients develop at least one other serious health complication,
It’s of those hospitalised. And the portion of those infected who are hospitalised in these younger groups is what?