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Coronavirus: why can't some people shake off the fatigue?

COVID-19 has been reported to cause long-term fatigue Image: Unsplash/Bruno Aguirre

Frances Williams

Professor of Genomic Epidemiology and Hon Consultant Rheumatologist, King's College London

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An ongoing viral infection in lung, brain, fat or other tissue could be causing the fatigue. Image: National Center for Biotechnology Information
Tocilizumab is typically used to treat rheumatoid arthritis.
Tocilizumab is typically used to treat rheumatoid arthritis. Image: Wirestock Images/Shutterstock
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