The Future of Long COVID

This emergency is not about to end.

“Long COVID still lacks a universal clinical definition and a standard diagnosis protocol; there’s no consensus on its prevalence, or even what symptoms fall under its purview. Although experts now agree that long COVID does not refer to a single illness, but rather is an umbrella term, like cancer, they disagree on the number of subtypes that fall within it and how, exactly, each might manifest.”

The full article published by the Atlantic is available here:

Long COVID is the emergency that won’t end – The Atlantic