Analysis suggests surgery is safe for patients two weeks after positive COVID diagnosis, as long as they have recovered

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A new study of some 3.6 million surgeries from National Health Service (NHS) databases in England suggests that in most cases, it will be safe to carry out planned surgery as early as two weeks after a positive COVID test, as long as the patient has recovered—compared to current guidance that recommends delaying surgery for seven weeks.

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