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Workers with Long COVID May Need Special Consideration

They may require some special accommodations from their employers

We may be enjoying a night out with friends, or sitting in a large audience enjoying the show, but COVID, especially the long form version of it, is still with us. Some estimates, such as from the General Accounting Office (GAO), puts that number at 23 million.

The term “long COVID” generally means people who have experienced the disease for more than five weeks.

Employers are often on the frontlines of these issues seeing the profound effects this can have on families, work absence, third-party administrators payers and the healthcare system as a whole.

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