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Sick woman working from home As employers explore their return-to-office scenarios, there could be a large group of employees that will have new diagnoses and disabilities stemming from PASC. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Although an effective COVID-19 vaccine has been developed and a significant percentage of Americans have been vaccinated, the pandemic isn’t over. States are reopening, but variant strains are circulating with increasing rates of infection and death. Caution is pitted against pandemic fatigue and people’s desire to just return to normal.

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