It has been a year now that we have heard about COVID-19 and the potential risks to the heart from the virus.
As the year progressed, the thoughts about the potential complications that may occur have evolved and changed.
Everyone wants and needs the answers, but clearly science needs more time to study the disease. Caution is needed until we know for sure what the virus will do and the long term effects won’t be known for some time yet.
Please read what Dr. Leslie Cooper, chair of the Mayo Clinic Department of Cardiovascular Medicine and co-founder of the Myocarditis Foundation, and Dr. Jonathan Kim, chief of Sports Cardiology at Emory University School of Medicine have to say on the subject.