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Pandemic Patients is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with one mission: To relieve the harm caused by COVID-19 and Post-COVID Conditions, creating a world where those affected by COVID-19 receive the support and services they need to live their best lives.

COVID-19 doesn’t end with a negative test. Some people continue experiencing symptoms weeks or months after infection, such as difficulty breathing, chronic fatigue, and pain. It doesn’t just affect those with severe COVID-19 illness, either; even those with mild COVID-19 symptoms can still struggle with persistent COVID-19 symptoms caused by the initial viral infection and are susceptible to heightened health risks following their recovery.

We are working to improve the lives of patients and survivors of COVID-19 by raising awareness about COVID-19 and Post-COVID Conditions, advocating for change at the state and federal level, and providing educational resources and updates about the coronavirus pandemic to the public. Our work is supported by grassroots donations – if you would like to help us achieve our mission, you can make a tax-deductible gift. Donations can be made in honor or memory of someone who has been affected by COVID-19.

Review our COVID-19 Resources to learn more about COVID-19, Long COVID, and Post-COVID Conditions.

Raise your voice to share how you have been affected by COVID-19: Take our COVID-19 Impact Survey.

P.M. Asked: Can I Negotiate Remote Work as a Condition of Employment if I am Immunocompromised?

“I am immunocompromised and thinking of switching jobs. Because of my compromised immune system, I need to work remotely during the coronavirus pandemic to avoid exposure to COVID-19. My current employer allows me to work remotely as a reasonable accommodation, but I don’t want to move to another job if they will not provide it. How can I negotiate remote work as a reasonable accommodation from a prospective employer as a condition of employment?”

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FDA Authorizes First Vaccine Booster for Children 5-11

On May 17, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) amended the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine (marketed as Comirnaty) to authorize the use of a single booster dose for children between the ages of five and eleven. The FDA authorized the administration of this booster at least five months after the completion of the primary vaccination series with the same vaccine.

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Pandemic Patients is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works to relieve the harm caused by COVID-19 and post-COVID conditions. EIN 86-3930257.

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