Quarter of UK Employers Cite Long COVID as Driving Absences

A quarter of British employers have cited long COVID as a main cause of long-term sickness absences, a survey by a professional body has recently found, adding that it raised questions over how workers with the condition were being supported in their jobs.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is leading a strategy for the country to live with COVID-19, lifting restrictions as booster shots and the lower severity of the Omicron variant weaken the link between cases and death.

However, Britain is still averaging around 80,000 cases each day, and mild cases of COVID-19 can still lead to debilitating long COVID and associated symptoms of fatigue, memory issues and brain fog.

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