Social Media Toolkit: Long COVID

Long COVID is real.


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Long COVID affects people for weeks or months after getting #COVID19. If you’re experiencing this, you’re not alone. Talk to your healthcare provider and go to to learn about #LongCOVID.


Long COVID symptoms may:


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Long COVID doesn’t affect everyone the same way. Visit to learn about ongoing research into the effects of #COVID19 and #LongCOVID and why research volunteers are so important to this work.


Common symptoms of Long COVID


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Not everyone who has #LongCOVID has the same symptoms. Scientists are still working to learn more about Long COVID symptoms. Read about what they are studying at


Who is more likely to get Long COVID?


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Researchers are studying why some people get #LongCOVID and some don’t. Even if you’ve never had #COVID-19, you may be able to help. Learn more at

How can I prevent Long COVID?


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Stay up to date on #COVID19 vaccinations , including boosters, to lower your risk for #LongCOVID. Take steps to avoid COVID-19—like wearing a mask if you live in an area with high levels of COVID-19.


What should I do if have Long COVID?


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Scientists are still learning about how to treat Long COVID, but a healthcare provider can help you manage symptoms. Visit to learn more about volunteering for #LongCOVID research.


Who can participate in COVID-19 research studies?


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Scientific studies need volunteers at different stages of #COVID19 illness so that researchers can better understand how #COVID19 and #LongCOVID affect different people. Learn more at


Why is it important for COVID-19 and Long COVID research studies to include people from different backgrounds?


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People who join #COVID19 research studies help scientists learn how COVID-19 and #LongCOVID affect different people. has more information about what you can do to help.


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