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Tasha Clark tested positive for Covid-19 on April 8 2020. The Connecticut woman, now 41, was relieved that her symptoms at the time — diarrhoea, sore throat and body aches — did not seem particularly severe. She never got a fever and was not hospitalised. So she figured that if the virus did not kill her, within weeks she would go back to her job and caring for her two children.

She significantly miscalculated. More than a year later, she is a textbook example of a Covid-19 long-hauler...

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