Long COVID: Women, Hispanics and Lower-Income Michiganders Hit Hardest

June 29, 2022

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A new report from the Michigan COVID-19 Recovery Surveillance Study – a partnership between the U-M School of Public Health and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services – shows that long COVID was more prevalent among women, Hispanics, and those with lower incomes. Elizabeth Slocum, a postdoctoral fellow at the U-M School of Public Health and lead author of the report, explores the implications of these findings.

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