Illustration of three silhouettes of people with face masks on, with red shading on their heads to denote headache. Red viral particles of various sizes are scattered above the silhouettes.

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Delineating headache phenotypes attributed to COVID-19

Several studies have reported that headache is one of the most frequent non-respiratory symptoms of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).1,2 During the Early Career Investigators session at MTIS 2020, the Migraine Trust Virtual Symposium held 3–9 October 2020, Dr. David Garcia-Azorin

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