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Children Are Covid-19 Long-Haulers, Too

Some children infected with Covid-19 experience debilitating symptoms months later. Parents struggle to find out why.

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When 12-year-old Samantha got sick back in February 2020, her family believed it was a stomach bug. The healthy Los Angeles student so rarely got ill that her mother, Jamie Coker-Robertson, didn’t think…




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Ashley Zlatopolsky

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Ashley Zlatopolsky is a Detroit-based writer, editor and content strategist. You can follow her on Twitter at @ashley_detroit.

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