Long Covid Patients Are Still Seeking Answers 3 Years Later

The bread machine Anne McCloskey bought sits idle in her Magnolia home. So do her new gardening supplies. Her burgeoning collectible book and textbook business is on indefinite hiatus. The 56-year-old gives a disbelieving sort of laugh over Zoom as she recounts her initial pandemic aspirations. “I was going to have a good time and just be kind of isolated while everybody else was worrying.”

McCloskey knew about the novel coronavirus by early March 2020—the whole world did—but “that was in Kirkland” or supposedly linked to travel. Covid-19 wasn’t even a thought when she got a runny nose and a sore throat shortly before governor

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