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New Book Chronicles Life Of Those Living With Long COVID

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The contributors to the new anthology The Long COVID Reader. (Courtesy of Mary Ladd)

Long COVID Book Allows Long Haulers To Share Their Stories

While many Americans feel like the COVID pandemic is in the past, countless others are still feeling symptoms months or years after they were infected. They’re suffering from Long COVID.  One such person is Bay Area writer and author Mary Ladd, who recruited more than 40 people from across the country to share essays and poetry in The Long COVID Reader, released earlier this month. 
Guests: Mary Ladd and Lisa Carpentier, The Long COVID Reader

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