Take our short quiz based on criteria identified by Long Covid clinicians + researchers to see if you may have Long Covid.

While we cannot provide medical advice, we hope this simple quiz, which is grounded in science, is useful.   

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Long Covid as ​​a constellation of long-term symptoms that some people experience after they have had COVID-19. Some people develop a variety of mid- and long-term effects like fatigue, breathlessness and cognitive dysfunction (for example, confusion, forgetfulness, or a lack of mental focus and clarity). 

These symptoms might persist from their initial illness or develop after their recovery. They can come and go or relapse over time, and can affect a person’s ability to perform daily activities such as work or household chores. 

Because there is no agreed-upon clinical definition of Long Covid + because Long Covid has too many symptoms to be captured in a quiz, it is possible for someone to have Long Covid even if they do not meet the criteria used here, and likewise for the converse to be true.

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