The ongoing COVID-19 respiratory outbreak continues to infect millions of people across the world. COVID-19 is more lethal than SARS, MERS, and Ebola combined and has already killed more people than the 2009 Swine Flu pandemic. The epidemiology of COVID-19 becomes increasingly sophisticated with each passing day. The evidence base on Post-COVID-19 Condition is rapidly evolving and there is increasing global recognition of the Post-COVID-19 Condition and experience. There is a critical need for a collaborative approach to research and surveillance efforts to better understand its prevalence, symptoms, as well as risk and protective factors, particularly within the Canadian context. There is much we do not know about the unintended consequences of COVID-19. The purpose of this session is to discuss what is needed in the area of primary care research to care for those with Post-COVID-19.
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July 27, 2021 (12pm-1:30pm EDT)
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