Bernard J. Wolfson

columnist and senior correspondent for California Healthline

Bernard J. Wolfson on KCRW

Most people who come down with COVID-19 usually recover fully. But for about 10% of people, symptoms linger (sometimes for months).

Hospitals now offer special treatment centers for treat COVID long haulers

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