• 10-7-2021 COVID-19 Media Only News Briefing: What we know so far about post-COVID syndrome

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On Thursday, Oct. 7, Dr. Greg Vanichkachorn, a Mayo Clinic occupational medicine specialist, discussed how for some patients, post-COVID syndrome is becoming a chronic condition. Dr. Vanichkachorn shared recent research findings, offered tips on how people can protect themselves from developing post-COVID syndrome and answered journalists' questions.

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