Cross-sectional Population-Based Estimates of a Rural-Urban Disparity in Prevalence of Long COVID Among Michigan Adults With Polymerase Chain Reaction-Confirmed COVID-19, 2020–2022
Explores the potential correlation between rurality and experiencing long COVID. Uses the Michigan COVID-19 Recovery Surveillance Study to compare COVID recovery times in rural and urban areas. Breaks down data by age, socioeconomic status, and access to healthcare, among other measures.
Colleen L. MacCallum-Bridges, Jana L. Hirschtick, Kristi L. Allgood, et al.
Journal of Rural Health
Access · COVID-19 · Health disparities · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Michigan