COVID-19 “Long-Haulers” Receiving Potentially Addictive Prescriptions

We’ve written about the collision of the COVID-19 and opioid epidemics. Now, there is a new intersection between the two.   Long-Haulers Receiving Prescriptions at Higher Rates More than three million people who have had COVID-19 are considered “long-haulers,”[1] meaning their symptoms linger for weeks or months after first becoming infected. In order to treat these…