According to Dr. John Brooks, chief medical officer for the CDC’s Covid-19 response, long Covid is still ‘not well understood’ by health experts. He believes that the primary care physician can identify whether a person is suffering from long COVID symptoms or if it’s just some other illness.
“If you’re having symptoms you haven’t had before, something new following Covid [such as] chest pain, difficulty breathing, you can’t get your thinking clearly, you’re just not getting better the way you thought you should, have a low threshold to seek care,” Brooks told a House committee.

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