STAT June 19, 2024
Patrick Skerrett

Millions of people around the world are living with long Covid, a medically perplexing, and potentially debilitating, condition. Rachel Hall-Clifford is one of them. As a medical anthropologist, she’s well suited to understanding long Covid. But as a mother, wife, friend, researcher, and teacher, it drags her down, just as it does so many others.

As she wrote in her First Opinion essay, “Long Covid feels like a gun to my head,” her initial infection in January 2022 “wasn’t scary: I had fever, aches, and chills for about four days. My initial Covid aches and pains were...

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