Fiona Lowenstein

journalist, long-haul COVID-19 patient, and the founder of the health justice organization Body Politic

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Last month, the National Institutes of Health announced a $1 billion four-year study to research so-called “long COVID."

Brain fog, rashes, sinus pain: Long-haulers on how COVID symptoms can last several months

Last month, the National Institutes of Health announced a $1 billion four-year study to research so-called “long COVID."

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