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New Research on Long COVID

This month marks the third anniversary since coronavirus became a global pandemic and the world went into lockdown. Millions still suffer the symptoms of Long COVID-19, a condition doctors are trying urgently to understand. In a new piece for Scientific American, neuroscientist Stephani Sutherland says, “Long COVID now looks like a neurological disease."

New Research on Long COVID

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