For some, a coronavirus infection means a pesky cough, low fever and fatigue for a week, but for others, the virus sets up camp and drowns them with symptoms that can last months.

Scientists call these individuals long-haulers, and now research suggests that the number of symptoms a person has might be able to predict how long the course of someone’s disease could last.

To read the full story, visit the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

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