Long-Haul COVID-19 Symptoms May Cause More Problems For Capitalists

The stereotypical picture of a COVID-19 victim is one who is is old and has a pre-existing respiratory problems and is out of the workforce.  But this stereotype fails to account for a new demographic of people in their 30s and 40s who do not die, but have had symptoms for months and still want to work. Capitalists have not factored in that those with “long-haul” symptoms may not be able be re-employed because they are too sick or work erratically.

Read in The Atlantic

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