Danish State Serum Institute launches world's largest investigation of late effects from covid-19

On Sunday, the Danish State Serum Institute send out the first invitations for a large-scale survey among residents in Denmark.

Photo: Jens Dresling

The Danish State Serum Institute (SSI) plans to map Danes' physical and mental health during and after the covid-19 pandemic with a particular focus on late side effects, according to a press release from the SSI on Thursday.

"In the survey, we ask about people's health before and during infection with covid-19 and follow participants up to 18 months after they were tested for covid-19."

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