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Long COVID patients: Ayanna Pressley urges CDC to report data on long haulers

4 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley is pushing the CDC to reveal how many Americans are suffering from Long COVID as millions reportedly face lingering coronavirus symptoms.
Pressley on Tuesday wrote to the CDC as Boston-area researchers recruit long haulers for studies on the debilitating condition. Many people who contracted COVID continue to experience symptoms, such as trouble concentrating and abnormally strong fatigue.
“We write to urge the CDC to publicly report findings on the prevalence of Long COVID, including disaggregated demographic data,” Pressley and Virginia Rep. Don Beyer wrote...
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