Long COVID

Social Media Toolkit

Social Media Toolkit: Long COVID

  • Source: NIH Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL)
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Kit de herramientas

Kit de herramientas: El COVID persistente

  • Source: NIH Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL)
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Fact Sheet

Understanding Long COVID

  • Source: NIH Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL)
  • File Info: Web and PDF
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Hoja informativa

Entendiendo el COVID persistente

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You can help scientists understand Long COVID

Participating in research studies helps scientists understand this illness and better ways to treat it. The RECOVER Initiative hopes to understand who is at risk, why some people recover while others do not, and how to treat Long COVID. Anyone can volunteer for RECOVER. This includes people with COVID-19 or who have never had COVID-19. Learn more at recovercovid.org.

It is important that people from all walks of life participate in research, so that researchers can better understand how Long COVID affects different people. To do that, the studies need to include people of all races and ethnicities, genders, ages, jobs, education levels, incomes, health conditions, and U.S. locations. Visit the CEAL Diversity and Inclusion page to learn more.

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