What We Know About The Long-Term Effects Of COVID-19

Several Chicago area hospitals are opening their own clinics to help patients struggling with long-term COVID symptoms.

The FDA announced that it has authorized a third COVID-19 vaccine dose for people with weakened immune systems.
The FDA announced that it has authorized a third COVID-19 vaccine dose for people with weakened immune systems. Getty Images
The FDA announced that it has authorized a third COVID-19 vaccine dose for people with weakened immune systems.
The FDA announced that it has authorized a third COVID-19 vaccine dose for people with weakened immune systems. Getty Images

What We Know About The Long-Term Effects Of COVID-19

Several Chicago area hospitals are opening their own clinics to help patients struggling with long-term COVID symptoms.

Researchers estimate between 10 and 30% of COVID-19 patients develop long-term symptoms like headaches, muscle pain and brain fog. But there’s still so much we don’t know about the long-term effects of the virus.

Reset checks in with two physicians who work with COVID long haulers and a patient with lingering symptoms.

GUESTS: Dr. Hurmina Muqtadar, physician with the Post-COVID Neuro Care Clinic team at Edward-Elmhurst Health

Dr. Jonathan Radosta, associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago and chief medical officer for outpatient clinics at UI Health

Blair Rohrbach, long-haul COVID-19 patient