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Objectives: To synthesize existing evidence on prevalence as well as clinical and socio-economic aspects of Long COVID. Methods: An umbrella review of reviews and a targeted evidence synthesis of their primary studies, including searches in four electronic databases, reference lists of included reviews, as well as related article lists of relevant publications. Results: Synthesis included 23 reviews and 102 primary studies. Prevalence estimates ranged from 7.5% to 41% in non-hospitalizeddoi:10.5167/uzh-225893 fatcat:27iopp22znawldq74ez22ldll4