1. Beware delays in monkeypox test results  The Guardian
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  3. Health experts panic over monkeypox deaths (because there aren't any)  The Conservative Woman
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Letter: <strong>Sebastian Sandys</strong> says he had to be in isolation for more than a week with no information on when his test result would be readyLetter: Sebastian Sandys says he had to be in isolation for more than a week with no information on when his test result would be ready

Beware delays in monkeypox test results | Letters | The Guardian

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Yes and no. Some patients seem to be getting better and even testing negative for SARS-CoV-2 before then experiencing a recurrence of symptoms and retesting positive two to eight days later. The phenomenon has been termed “covid rebound.” Yes, although the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said that while many of the reports are of people taking a five day course of the antiviral paxlovid—which is used to prevent severe illness …

Sixty seconds on . . . covid rebound | The BMJ

The results of the long COVID survey contain new clues about what may be causing the confounding symptoms, which range from body aches to brain fog to chronic fatigue.Results from a new survey of more than 100,000 COVID-19 survivors released Tuesday by the...

Who’s at risk for long COVID? Huge survey contains clues on debilitating syndrome

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With Covid-19 cases showing no signs of abating, several infectious disease experts say that reinfections are likely to become more frequent in the future—with people potentially seeing several infections a year, much like the common cold, Apoorva Mandavilli writes for the New York Times.

How often can you get Covid-19? 'At least a couple times a year,' experts say.

Most people who develop COVID-19 fully recover, but current evidence suggests approximately 10%-20% of people experience a variety of mid- and long-term effects after they recover from their initial illness. These mid- and long-term effects are collectively known as post COVID-19 condition or “long COVID.” This Q&A will help you understand more about post COVID-19 condition and so you can make informed decisions to protect yourself and those around you. It’s important to remember that our understanding of post COVID-19 condition, along with COVID-19, continues to evolve. Researchers are working with patients who develop post COVID-19 condition to better understand more about its cause, symptoms and effects. WHO will update information and materials as we learn more. Most people who develop COVID-19 fully recover, but current evidence suggests approximately 10%-20% of people experience a variety of mid- and long-term effects after they recover from their initial illness. These mid- and long-term effects are collectively known as post COVID-19 condition or “long COVID.” This Q&A will help you understand more about post COVID-19 condition and so you can make informed decisions to protect yourself and those around you. It’s important to remember that our understanding of post COVID-19 condition, along with COVID-19, continues to evolve. Researchers are working with patients who develop post COVID-19 condition to better understand more about its cause, symptoms and effects. WHO will update information and materials as we learn more.

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Post COVID-19 condition

Get answers to the most commonly asked Covid-19 questions, like when you need to isolate, and if you can catch it twice.Get answers to the most commonly asked Covid-19 questions, like when you need to isolate, and if you can catch it twice.

Top Covid questions: Can I get Covid twice? Should I still test? | BHF

An increase in infections that began in places including the Northeast and Puerto Rico is now being seen in other parts of the country.As the Omicron wave subsided in the United States earlier this year, many experts anticipated a sort of reprieve. That break now seems to be over.

A rise in Covid cases in U.S. signals end of Omicron's reprieve

With a sixth wave of COVID-19 infections already hitting parts of Canada, many may be left wondering when exactly the pandemic will come to an end. However, experts say this question remains a tough one to answer.With a sixth wave of COVID-19 infections already hitting parts of Canada, many may be left wondering when exactly the pandemic will come to an end. However, experts say this question remains a tough one to answer.

When will the pandemic end? | CTV News

Tracking your daily symptoms can help you and your doctors make better decisions about whether a hospital visit is needed.Tracking your daily symptoms can help you and your doctors make better decisions about whether a hospital visit is needed.

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Find out what to expect if you've been diagnosed with the new coronavirus, COVID-19.Find out what to expect if you've been diagnosed with the new coronavirus, COVID-19.

Coronavirus Diagnosis: What Should I Expect? | Johns Hopkins Medicine