Preprint: Covid vaccination is not associated with improvement in Long Covid

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The study included 453 COVID-19 patients with post-acute sequelae of COVID (PASC), of which 324 (72%) were vaccinated between the baseline and 6-month visit. Unadjusted analyses did not show significant differences in the baseline to 6-month change in anosmia, respiratory symptoms, depression, anxiety, PTSD, or quality of life (p > 0.05 for all comparisons) among vaccinated vs. unvaccinated patients. Similar results were found in propensity-adjusted comparisons and in secondary analyses based on the number of vaccine doses received.

Our findings suggest that COVID vaccination is not associated with improvement in PASC.

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** This post was originally published on May 18, 2022 **