Though over 200,000 have died in the United States from COVID-19, the majority of those infected have survived the virus. However, there are still potential long-term effects for those who have recovered. Dr. Richard Londraville is a biologist at the University of Akron, and he joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about what are dubbed as the “long-haulers,” or those who can carry longer lasting effects from this coronavirus. Some of those issues, according to Dr. Londraville, could deal with respiratory troubles and others with relate immune system issues, and a few have reported symptoms long after the supposed recovery period. Dr. Londraville also touched on Regeneron in order to treat the virus, as well as the fight for a vaccine.