8 pressing questions about long COVID-19, answered

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At this point in the COVID-19 pandemic, a mild bout of the virus may mean a week or so of symptoms followed by a full recovery. However, a small subset of people infected with the virus never fully recover and experience lingering symptoms and complications. This phenomenon has come to be known as long COVID-19.

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