For people left with breathing difficulties after COVID-19, their family members, carers, healthcare professionals, policy-makers and researchers. Stay up to date through our dedicated Post-COVID HUB.
We are still learning about the effects of COVID-19 on people’s long-term health. However early studies show that some people recovering from a severe case of the coronavirus can have ongoing breathing difficulties.
We created the Post-COVID HUB for:
People with post-COVID breathing difficulties and their family members and carers to get reliable information and dedicated support for physical and mental health.
Researchers to get information on emerging evidence, research efforts and funding opportunities related to post-COVID respiratory complications.
Healthcare professionals to get the latest guidelines on supporting people with post-COVID breathlessness.
Policy-makers and commissioners to get the latest information about the long-term respiratory impacts of COVID-19, to inform meaningful policy and service change.
Our understanding is improving every day. We will work hard to continuously update the Post-COVID HUB, so you know that the information you find here covers the latest developments.
If you are experiencing new symptoms, or a change to your symptoms, please contact NHS 111. If it’s a medical emergency, you need to call 999.
Together, we can ensure that everyone enjoys the best possible health and quality of life post-COVID.
If you have difficulty breathing after getting COVID-19, we are here for you. We are here for family member and carers too.
Discover and contribute to our resource hub for post-COVID respiratory complications, with leading respiratory researchers.
To get the latest evidence and guidelines on the care and rehabilitation of people with breathing difficulties post-COVID.
Speak to us
Our team of respiratory specialists are here to support you with post-COVID breathlessness.
0300 222 5942
9am – 5pm
Monday to Friday
Help us help you
We need to understand more about breathing and other difficulties after COVID-19. If this affects you, or someone you care for, we would like to hear from you.
By taking our survey you will contribute important information. The data we collect will help guide research and help us develop our services. This will allow healthcare providers and others to better meet your needs.
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