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Long Covid is a term to describe the effects of Covid-19 that continue for weeks or months beyond the initial illness.
Almost three years into the pandemic, myths and misinformation about COVID-19 remain widespread. Let’s debunk some common misconceptions about COVID.
How will the coronavirus pandemic be in 2023? This question is in some ways impossible to answer, given a number of unknowns. One thing is for certain though – the pandemic is not over yet.
This piece highlights important things about how COVID-19 is transmitted and what variant-proof measures can be taken to reduce the risk of becoming infected or reinfected.
A UK survey found most long COVID sufferers have experienced discrimination, prejudice or shame related to the condition.
With poor public health messaging, the general public doesn’t seem to know some important things about how COVID-19 and the immune system actually work.
A new study shows that repeat COVID infections contribute to a significant additional risk of adverse health conditions in multiple organ systems. Long COVID is going to be a defining issue of our times.
China’s Zero COVID policy is being criticised as a means of legitimising the abandonment of public health in the West.