Olga Lexell

TV writer, long COVID patient

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It’s been nearly two years since the pandemic began. While the worst seems to have subsided, some COVID patients continue to suffer from mysterious symptoms.

UCLA launches long COVID program, but barriers to care remain

It’s been nearly two years since the pandemic began. While the worst seems to have subsided, some COVID patients continue to suffer from mysterious symptoms.

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