The goal was to see how the epidemic affected global respiratory suffering and how it affected vulnerable groups. Also, to describe the interaction between the corona virus and the respiratory system after recovery, as well as the gender differences. A total of 200 patients from six regions of southern and central Iraq answered the questionnaires over the course of four months, with post-covid-19 symptoms in both genders in clinical private and hospital COVID-19 confirmed by polymerase chain reaction and followed until they recovered. An online survey was used to evaluate physiological and respiratory signs and symptoms. Physiological disturbances included loss of smell and taste in nearly 70% of participants and hearing in 38%, while respiratory disturbances included cough in around 60% of participants, fibrosis in 50% of participants, wheeze in 74% of people, and RDS in 66% of participants. Post-Covid-19 patients show higher levels of loss of smell and taste as well as high percent of respiratory disturbances included cough, fibrosis, wheeze, and RDS. When compared to the female gender, the male gender with Covid-19 suffers from physiological and respiratory disturbances.