You’re washing your hands, practicing social distancing and coughing into your arm like a good citizen, but will this stop the spread of COVID-19? Your efforts may slow the spread, which offers social benefits, but the ship probably already sailed when it comes to actually stopping the virus. So will the world be able to pull it together and limit impending global disaster? James Hamblin, MD explains the barriers to a happy COVID-19 resolution in this article from The Atlantic, and describes what would be necessary for effective global responses to future pandemics. Open at source
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One thing that was surprising to us was the large percentage of asymptomatic patients that are in that category of long Covid
Some of these manifestations are chronic conditions that will last a lifetime and will forever scar some individuals and families
People with long Covid need multidisciplinary care