Long COVID: Call to share your experience

Immunocompromised individuals such as transplant recipients are particularly impacted by COVID-19, being at higher risk of severe outcomes including mortality. For transplant recipients surviving COVID-19, little is known about effective rehabilitation strategies nor strategies to support long-term recovery of quality of life.

Long COVID is a poorly understood condition where an individual has long-term effects of SARS-CoV-2 infection with persisting symptoms or symptoms appearing after the typical convalescence period. A wide range of symptoms are commonly reported, including fatigue, headaches, shortness of breath, loss of smell, muscle pain, fever and depression or anxiety.

Even less is known about the impact of long COVID in immunocompromised populations. To understand more about this condition, we invite transplant patients and families to share their experiences living with long COVID. Whether you are a transplant recipient, a family member, or a caregiver, your opinion matters.

Please take 5 minutes to share your experience below, and we look forward to connecting with you!