Ziyad Al-Aly

clinical epidemiologist at Washington University

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Coronavirus vaccines are good at reducing the risk of hospitalization and death, but they may not shield you from developing long COVID, according to new research.

Long COVID can produce diabetes, heart disease for life: Epidemiologist

Coronavirus vaccines are good at reducing the risk of hospitalization and death, but they may not shield you from developing long COVID, according to new research.

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