Skip to content

What we know (and don’t know) about long-haul Covid

For almost a year now, reporter Cynthia Mulligan has been staying in touch with people who caught Covid-19 early and survived, only to see their debilitating symptoms linger. What do their symptoms and experiences have in common? Not much,
thebigstory_keyart_redversion_3000x3000
Credit Frequency Podcast Network
For almost a year now, reporter Cynthia Mulligan has been staying in touch with people who caught Covid-19 early and survived, only to see their debilitating symptoms linger. What do their symptoms and experiences have in common? Not much, except for two things: None of them has fully recovered, and nobody has been able to figure out how to help them. With new research estimating that long-haul Covid can impact between 10-20% of people who catch the virus, science is scrambling to figure out how to help what could be tens of thousands of Canadians who may never again live a normal life. What do these sufferers need? From doctors, from governments, and from the rest of us? GUEST: Cynthia Mulligan, CityNews
Rogers Sports & Media
6080 Young Street Halifax, NS, B3K 5L2
© 2006-2021 Rogers Sports & Media. All rights reserved.