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Fear and dread haunt COVID-19 'long-haulers'

Even people with mild symptoms are reporting long-term effects. Image: REUTERS/Matthew Childs

Kate Kelland

Correspondent, Reuters

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Felicity Callard, a 49-year-old British university professor and lecturer who suffered from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Image: Reuters/Matthew Childs

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Felicity Callard is suffering long-term effects of virus. Image: Reuters/Matthew Childs

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