The Doan Law Firm has been in the same position as other businesses in the United States. Over the course of the past 18 months, we’ve been working to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic to make sure our employees and clients remain safe and health during their interactions with our firm.
Understanding that we simply are not “out of the woods” yet in regard to the coronavirus pandemic, we take a moment today to depart from our standard discussions of the latest in legal news to visit a moment about an issue associated with the pandemic that potentially impacts a good many people from coast-to-coast in the United States. Specifically, we visit with you about what so-called long-haulers are reporting as symptoms they’ve suffering, maladies which brought them to their doctors only to find that they had been infected with COVID-19 at some juncture in the past.
These typically are individuals who were infected by the pandemic-causing virus somewhere along the way but exhibited not symptoms or very mild ones that may not have even garnered their attention at the time. In other words, they never thought they had COVID.
There is something to be learned from those individuals classified as suffering from long-haul COVID. The maladies and issues experienced by these people may help others who are suffering similar problems and conditions get relief through appropriate medical intervention. Thus, we share with you today some symptoms COVID-19 long-haulers have endured that you might not yet have heard about
Before diving into a discission of the less-discussed medical issues experienced by long-haulers, we underscore the more commonplace issues endured by people who contracted COVID but did not show major symptoms at the time of infection. Rather, they developed these issues at a later time:
Turning to those maladies that are not often initially correlated to COVID but have turned out to be signs of coronavirus long-haul:
As we all continue to maneuver through the challenges presented to us by coronavirus, stay safe and stay healthy.
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