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Some COVID-19 long-haulers reporting improved symptoms after being vaccinated


A year into pandemic, long-haul COVID-19 sufferers still struggle to get care


Ottawa Morning with Robyn Bresnahan

New research being proposed on COVID long-haulers.


COVID-19 survivors struggle with nightmares, anxiety and other PTSD symptoms, research shows


New study into long-term effects of COVID-19


Why do most ‘long-haul’ COVID-19 sufferers seem to be women? The case for more sex-inclusive research


Woman living with Long COVID says the virus has had a huge impact on her life

Woman living with Long COVID says the virus has had a huge impact on her life


I had COVID-19 and now I can’t sleep


Coping with COVID – What it means to be a “long hauler”


Long-term study to look at why some can’t shake the symptoms of COVID-19


There were 1027 hospital admissions with COVID-19 (median age 65 yr, 59.1% male) and 783 with influenza (median age 68 yr, 50.8% male). Patients younger than 50 years accounted for 21.2% of all admissions for COVID-19 and 24.0% of ICU admissions. Compared with influenza, patients with COVID-19 had significantly greater in-hospital mortality (unadjusted 19.9% v. 6.1%, adjusted relative risk [RR] 3.46, 95% confidence interval [CI] 2.56–4.68), ICU use (unadjusted 26.4% v. 18.0%, adjusted RR 1.50, 95% CI 1.25–1.80) and hospital length of stay (unadjusted median 8.7 d v. 4.8 d, adjusted rate ratio 1.45, 95% CI 1.25–1.69). Thirty-day readmission was not significantly different (unadjusted 9.3% v. 9.6%, adjusted RR 0.98, 95% CI 0.70–1.39). Three points-based risk scores for predicting in-hospital mortality showed good discrimination (area under the receiver operating characteristic curve [AUC] ranging from 0.72 to 0.81) and calibration.

Characteristics and outcomes of hospital admissions for COVID-19 and influenza in the Toronto area


A single injection of peginterferon-lambda accelerated clearance of COVID-19, which could be an important intervention to curb community spread (Photo: UHN)

UHN-led study shows antiviral drug speeds up clearance of COVID-19


Lorraine Graves poses in this undated handout photo. (HO — Lorraine Graves / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

COVID-19 clinics for ‘long-haulers’ aim to treat patients stuck in limbo


The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Long COVID: A Prolonged Recovery


Dr. Angela Cheung presents study on COVID-19.

ISARIC Global Support Centre Long COVID Forum


CBC The Current with Matt Galloway

CBC’s The Current with Matt Galloway

B.C. woman Katy Mclean was diagnosed with COVID-19 nearly four months ago, but still has lingering symptoms. She tells us what that’s been like. Plus, Dr. Angela Cheung discusses why some patients become “COVID long-haulers,” and what treatments are being explored to help alleviate their symptoms.


Rehab centres, research clinics crop up across Canada to manage COVID long-haulers


News article: Long haulers: six months after contracting COVID-19, some people still suffer from the disease

Long haulers: six months after contracting COVID-19, some people still suffer from the disease


TGHRI Research Day- CANCOV Presentation by Dr. Angela Cheung & Dr. Margaret Herridge


Toronto General Hospital

U of T experts receive nearly $2.5 million for collaborative research on COVID-19


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Why experts aren’t declaring victory yet despite fewer COVID-19 deaths so far in Ontario’s 2nd wave


https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-five-days-of-the-second-wave-an-inside-look-at-toronto-hospitals/

Five days of the second wave: An inside look at Toronto hospitals’ fall offensive against COVID-19


https://www.narcity.com/news/ca/on/toronto/covid19-long-term-effects-arent-something-to-worry-about-yet-says-toronto-expert

Toronto Expert Says Don’t Worry About Long-Term Health Damage From COVID-19 Yet


Dr. Amol Verma

This guy knows how to avoid a worst-case scenario second wave this winter


Facebook support group for COVID-19 survivors.

W5 investigates how surviving COVID-19 is just the first step


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Why do some people barely get sick from COVID-19 and others seem to never get better? Canada’s long-haulers might hold some of the answers


W5: Lives changed by the long-lasting symptoms of COVID-19


‘Price of having COVID-19’: Richmond, B.C. survivor deals with symptoms months later


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Sick for over 100 days, COVID-19 patients want more help to cope with disease’s ‘long-haul’ effects

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