The Hill
Fauci shared the findings of research conducted by the University of Washington during a White House news briefing on the novel coronavirus. He stated that nearly 30 percent of patients reported symptoms including fatigue, sleep disorders and shortness of breath lasting for months. Researchers have referred to the symptoms as Post-Acute Sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC), which can often develop some time after the initial infection and can range from being mild to “incapacitating,” Fauci stated. “The magnitude of the problem is not fully known,” Fauci said.