Extended COVID-19 symptomatology over weeks to months is now recognized as long COVID or post-acute COVID-19 syndrome or PASC (post-acute sequelae of COVID). Those individuals who were previously ill with even mild infections can develop lingering, sometimes debilitating, symptoms and become unable to work or even care for themselves.
I recently listened to an excellent podcast by the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) in which clinicians discussed the topic of current COVID omicron variants BA 4/5. The doctors discussed the nature of the variant, how treatment varies from previous strains of Omicron, and took questions from the audience.
Suzanne Gazda M.D. Neurologist