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When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its guidance document "Evaluating and Caring for Patients With Post-COVID Conditions" last month after a year in development, APTA's Cross Academy/Section COVID-19 Core Outcome Measures Task Force was pretty excited: In our guidance document and accompanying algorithm released in October 2020, we had the same or similar recommendations in many instances.

And where we differed, we had clear reasons, or we had put the CDC's tests and measures on our radar.

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