In June 2020, Michelle Chason tested positive for COVID-19. Even after she felt better and had a negative test, she still experienced lingering symptoms, including brain fog, short-term memory loss, intensified acid reflux and tingling and numbness on the left side of her face. After having consistent symptoms throughout October, her doctor diagnosed her with long COVID-19. “He treated everything the best he could, just treating the symptoms, and that helped,” Chason, 59, told TODAY. “There are times where if I have a lot of brain stimulation it takes me down. The Super Bowl was over stimulation that took me down for three days and I really couldn’t function.” To read the full story.