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Indonesians open up about the impacts of long COVID, one year since the country’s first case – ABC News

Juno Simorangkir was supposed to leave the emergency COVID-19 hospital in Jakarta after he tested negative, but his journey with COVID-19 didn’t end there.
Key points:

  • Long COVID symptoms were experienced by 63.5 per cent of 463 surveyed patients in Indonesia
  • Many have faced stigma at work or from neighbours during their recovery
  • One expert says using the recovery rate as a parameter of success is fraught

Mr Simorangkirexperienced COVID-19 symptoms 11 days after Indonesia announced its first case…

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