Some people who recovered from the coronavirus are still dealing with lingering effects of the virus.

As of Monday, at least 75% of people who had COVID-19 in Louisiana are considered “presumed recovered,” which means it’s been two weeks since the person tested positive and they’re out of the hospital or 21 days if they were recovering at home.

Some who no longer have the virus are now facing a new challenge of a social stigma.

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