New Publication Uncovers Link Between Long COVID, Vaccination, and Employment Outcomes in Hawaii

Congratulations to UHERO team Carl Bonham, Ruben Juarez, and Nicole Siegal for their latest work published in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Their meticulous research provides valuable insights into the employment outcomes of individuals affected by long COVID in Hawaii. The study, based on a longitudinal cohort, reveals the impact of lingering symptoms and the crucial role of vaccination in shaping employment rates. These findings have significant implications for public health policies and the well-being of individuals grappling with the long-term effects of COVID-19. We applaud the authors’ diligent efforts and commend them for their contributions to the field.

Bonham, C.; Juarez, R.; Siegal, N. Long COVID and Unemployment in Hawaii. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2023, 20, 6231. ijerph20136231

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