Millions of people suffer from long COVID. Why is there still no treatment?


This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate Shelley Hayden of Sonoma has a case of long COVID so serious that her “brain is broken,” she said. The 54-year-old marketing coach asked not to be interrupted in conversation so she wouldn’t lose her train of thought. Tyler Gustafson of Berkeley recovered from COVID-19 in 2020, then got hit last summer with what felt like a hear...

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