March 15 International Long Covid Awareness Day

Since 2019 SARS-CoV-2 has been destroying and taking lives across the globe. Over the years, more and more people have been devastated by the long-lasting health and financial impacts of a Covid infection. The need for more awareness and advocacy has never been greater.

In 2023 Long Covid patients, caregivers and allies began this Long Covid awareness campaign to unite people across the globe to: 

  • Increase Long Covid visibility 

  • Prevent COVID infections 

  • Empower patients 

  • Share support and resources

  • Educate about the symptoms of Long Covid

  • Highlight the need to fund relevant research 

The three colors in the ribbon represent:past present and future of Long Covid

Gray: Loss and Grief

Teal: Hope and Support

Black: Loneliness and Isolation

International Long Covid Awareness Day: March 15th

International Long Covid Awareness Month: March