Half of US adults say they had COVID-19, but only a fraction were officially diagnosed, new research shows


Half of U.S. adults report being sickened with COVID-19 at some point during the pandemic, with only a fraction saying they received an official medical diagnosis of the respiratory infection, according to a new survey by the COVID States Project, led by Northeastern researchers.

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