Medical News Today said: “An expert group behind a new study which appeared in The American Journal of Gastroenterology analysed data from 204 people who received medical care for COVID-19 in the beginning of the year.

“The patients had an average age of 52.9 years, and of the total, 107 were male and 97 females.

“When they were presented to a hospital, 103 of the 204 people – or 50.5 percent – were experiencing digestive symptoms.

“The main digestive symptoms among the study cohort were a lack of appetitive and diarrhoea.

“Other symptoms included vomiting and abdominal pain.”

Source: | Daily Express

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