The symptom advice on this website is for the most common symptoms of Long-COVID, but it’s possible that you may be experiencing symptoms that are not mentioned here. If you are in need of support with any symptoms not mentioned above, then you may find our useful links can direct you to advice that is specific to your issue. There are also Long-COVID support groups that may be able to help you find resources or professional advice.
None of the information on this website is a substitute for the recommendations of medical professionals, and you should always consult your GP about any concerns you have in relation to your condition.
Resources for Adults
Resources for Children and Young People
This information is aimed at young people aged 12 years and above and their parents/carers. We recommend that children read this information with their parents/carers. Parents/carers may find the information useful to help younger children by adapting the strategies to suit a younger age group.
If you have had COVID you might have symptoms that last for more than four weeks or several months. This is sometimes called long COVID, which is commonly used to describe signs and symptoms that continue or develop after an acute COVID infection for over 4 weeks, that cannot be explained by an alternative medical diagnosis. This information gives you some ideas of things you can do to make sure that you or your child get back to your normal activities as easily and quickly as possible. If you are concerned that you are not getting better, please speak to your GP.