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Although the COVID-19 public health emergency has ended, employers still are dealing with the lingering effects of long COVID in the workplace. Until now, there may have been as many questions as answers about how to even define the illness.

“If you look up simple questions like ‘how many people get long COVID?’ the answers are all over the place, because people define it differently,” said Leora Horwitz, a physician and co-principal investigator for the RECOVER Clinical Science Core at NYU Langone Health. “To really advance the science, we need a common language.”

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