We got some key things wrong about long COVID

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Here are five things we’ve learnt, writes Peter Wark, University of Newcastle In late 2020 as we hid from COVID behind the moat of “fortress Australia”, we started to hear that in some people, COVID symptoms persisted for months. They were called “long haulers” or had “long COVID”. Contrary to what we’d expected, it wasn’t

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