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Covid-19 long hauler describes relief after getting vaccine

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Covid-19 long hauler describes relief after getting vaccine

Covid-19 long hauler describes relief after getting vaccine

Jessamyn Smyth, a Covid-19 long hauler, hopes that two Pfizer vaccine doses may be what finally delivers her from the lasting effects of a virus that wreaked chaos in her life.

CNN’s Elizabeth Cohen has more


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