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Can vaccines keep long Covid at bay? The answer is still a maybe

More evidence has emerged that vaccination might be able to reduce the chances of long Covid – or symptoms that linger for weeks or months after an initial Covid-19 infection.However, although vaccines are known to be able to reduce the severity of Covid-19, research also suggests that they cannot completely protect a patient from becoming a long-hauler of post-infection symptoms.The symptoms of long Covid range from fatigue, breathing difficulties, insomnia, joint or chest pain, and brain fog,…

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