Tara Parker Pope

New York Times

Health columnist for the New York Times.

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What’s important about COVID is that it can present in so many different combinations, says health columnist Tara Parker Pope.

Extreme fatigue, leg pain, rashes. What are all the weird symptoms of COVID-19?

What’s important about COVID is that it can present in so many different combinations, says health columnist Tara Parker Pope.

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