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The state of long-term COVID research


Daily life is rather difficult for some people who suffer from long-term COVID. Dr. Anne Bhéreur, a family doctor in palliative care, knows something about it: she herself has it. Heart aches, extreme fatigue, dizziness and difficulty concentrating affect between 10% and 30% of sick people. According to her, in the last year, researchers have acquired a lot of knowledge about the long-lasting COVID, but still too little to offer concrete solutions.

She teaches us that in the case of long-term COVID, it is important to limit physical and intellectual efforts.

She also offers advice to people who suffer from this syndrome so that they can learn to live better with the disease.

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