On Sunday ,The UK’s Department of Health and Social Care said  that the UK government has allocated nearly 20 million pounds (equivalent  to  27.5 million)  adding that 15 new research programs will be launched for the study so called “LONG COVID”.

In “LONG COVID” where  people have suffer of the coronavirus disease  such as fatigue and neurological disorders, for a period longer than usual said on Sunday.

“ Those People who have long COVID will benefit from the latest  research revealed, which will help to understand the condition better, improve diagnosis and find new treatments. The health department said, the studies to help return to their normal lives . Thousands  of people suffering from long COVID benefit to new research 19.6 million to help better the condition and find new treatments.

“LONG COVID” A new project led by  professor Danny Altmann  and professor rosemary Boyton will seek to better understand the mechanisms underpinning long COVID  and its wide ranging symptoms.

“Some of the biggest hurdles faced by people with long COVID is a lack of recognition and being unable to get a specialist referral”.

 The 15 new research studies will allow researchers across the United Kingdom to draw together their experts   from analysis “ LONG COVID” among those suffering long-term effects,” the department said in a press release.

The programs will focus on several aspects, including efforts to understand the condition better and identify it, the evaluation of different treatments, as well as measures to ensure better integration of specialist, hospital and community services for people with long COVID. In recently the UK has seen in daily corona virus infections ,driven by delta variant which was found in India last year. All COVID19 restriction will come tom an end of july19 confirmed by the government this week.

Alarmed  rises in daily cases prime minister  Boris Johanson administration to continue the safety with health secretary Jeremy hunt warning that a lockdown “may have to be re imposed”.

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