The First International Long Covid Awareness Day is set to take place on March 15, with the aim of raising awareness and understanding about Long Covid and its impact on people’s lives.
Despite the widespread impact of Covid-19, Long Covid has received relatively little attention and support, which is why the International Long Covid Awareness Day is crucial.
The primary objective of this day is to bring attention to the experiences of people who are living with Long Covid and to advocate for their needs. This day will serve as an opportunity for Long Covid survivors, healthcare providers, researchers, and policymakers to come together and discuss the ongoing challenges and potential solutions.
In preparation for International Long Covid Awareness Day, communities are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities, such as sharing their stories and experiences, reaching out to policymakers, and raising awareness through social media. The event will feature online panels, workshops, and keynote speeches, as well as opportunities for attendees to connect with one another and learn more about Long Covid.
The goal of International Long Covid Awareness Day is to bring much-needed attention and support to those who are living with Long Covid and to help shape a brighter future for those who have been impacted by this condition. So let’s come together on March 15, to raise awareness and advocate for those who are living with Long Covid.