Long COVID Information & Resources

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A COVID-19 infection can result in long lasting symptoms such as breathing difficulties or feeling short-of-breath, loss of smell and taste, brain fog, and fatigue. These long lasting symptoms have been termed “long COVID-19” and can have an impact on your physical and mental wellbeing. It can also affect family, friends, and caregivers of people who had COVID-19.

Your recovery and rehabilitation (regaining your strength) after COVID-19 can be challenging, but there are resources available to help manage your symptoms and get help when needed.

Online resources for patients to help manage their own symptoms:

Who can you call for help?

Information patients can share with your health care provider. If you are a health care provider, please visit the following sites:


A COVID-19 infection can result in long lasting symptoms such as breathing difficulties or feeling short-of-breath, loss of smell and taste, brain fog, and fatigue. These long lasting symptoms have been termed “long COVID-19” and can have an impact on your physical and mental wellbeing. It can also affect family, friends, and caregivers of people who had COVID-19.

Your recovery and rehabilitation (regaining your strength) after COVID-19 can be challenging, but there are resources available to help manage your symptoms and get help when needed.

Online resources for patients to help manage their own symptoms:

Who can you call for help?

Information patients can share with your health care provider. If you are a health care provider, please visit the following sites:


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  • Share your Long COVID experience, ask questions, share information

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    This online forum has been developed to provide a platform for sharing experiences living with or supporting someone living with Long COVID. The forum can be used to ask questions, share information, and work together to better understand the lived experience and how best to support recovery. 

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