COMMENTARY

CDC Case Challenge: A Woman With Fatigue, Palpitations, and Headache

Jennifer R. Chevinsky, MD, MPH; Sallyann M. Coleman King, MD, MSc; Robert A. Bonacci, MD, MPH; Brendan R. Jackson, MD, MPH; Alyson B. Goodman, MD, MPH; Jessica Rogers-Brown, PhD, MPH; Valentine Wanga, PhD, MS; Jennifer R. Cope, MD, MPH; Stacey Konkle, PhD, MPH; Miriam Nji, MD, MPH; Melissa Briggs-Hagen, MD, MPH; Elizabeth R. Unger, PhD, MD; Brook Belay, MD, MPH; Sharon Saydah, PhD

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September 02, 2021

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Yes, COVID-19 vaccination should be offered to all eligible people, regardless of their history of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Although anecdotal reports indicate that some patients with post-COVID conditions have experienced improvements in their symptoms after COVID-19 vaccination, research is ongoing to establish the extent of this effect, if verified.

For more information about COVID-19 vaccination for patients with post-COVID conditions, see the public health recommendations section of the CDC interim guidance.

Resources

Post-COVID Conditions Interim Guidance for Healthcare Professionals (medscape.com)

Key Points | Evaluating and Caring for Patients with Post-COVID Conditions | CDC

Webinar June 17, 2021 - Evaluating and Caring for Patients with Post-COVID Conditions (cdc.gov)

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