Do you have long COVID in California? Tell us about it

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Thousands of Californians are facing long COVID as the pandemic continues.

In a state that is still experiencing waves of COVID cases and has some of the highest rents in the country and a complex web of health agencies and programs, the future for long COVID patients is unknown.

The Los Angeles Times is working on a series of stories to understand the experiences of long haul COVID-19 patients and their caregivers and how they’re navigating the medical, financial, mental and emotional challenges of the illness in California. Our aim for the series is to look at the healthcare providers, advocacy groups and others who — for better and for worse — are involved.

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