A collection of the development of Long-Covid in society and science.

The Nightmare by Henry Fuseli (1781)

Last Update: 28th of July, 2021

The goal of this timeline is to collect and summarize the development of Long-COVID in society and in the scientific community. The timeline will be constantly updated. Articles and/or corrections can be sent…


Many Long-Haulers not weeks, but months later continue to experience intermittent or continous shortness of breath (SOB). Many will show up normal oxygen levels even when feeling very breathless.

Recently, a medical doctor at Mount Sinai Hospital, Jonathan Aviv published an article in the International Journal of Pulmonary & Respiratory…


Recently, professor at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Paul Gardner, wrote an article which has been quite controversial in the COVID Long-Hauler community.

SUMMARY OF THE GARNER’S ARTICLE

I will breafly summarize what I think is relevant from the article. However, I recommend people reading it by themselves to get their own reaction rather…


Recently, I wrote a piece about the new evidence showing that there is biological disturbance in long-haulers (see article here).

Now instead, we have got something looking not so good. It seems that the virus SARS-CoV-2 is capable of crossing the blood-brain-barrier. …


It wouldn’t be surprising to anyone with Long-COVID (chronic-COVID, etc) the fact that most (if not all) their examinations come fine, which tends to create an important disbelieve by the medical community. In addition, not knowing what is not right makes it harder to find a solution.

Luckily for Long-Haulers…


Are we really immune once we survive COVID-19?

Earlier this year, a Chinese study published in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infection caused panic among the public due to the conclusions made by the authors:

“We herein estimated the longevity of specific antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 in a moderate COVID-19…

Tomás Schmauck

Neuroscientist interested in ageing and longevity.

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