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4 things you can do to support a friend with long COVID

Many people with long COVID will need support from friends or relatives. Image: Unsplash/NONRESIDENT

Ana Leite

Associate Professor in Social and Organisational Psychology, Durham University.

Damien Ridge

Professor of Health Studies, University of Westminster

Nisreen Alwan

Associate Professor in Public Health, University of Southampton

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