Some COVID-19 patients have reported having strokes, delirium and a loss of senses, but how does the novel coronavirus affect people’s brains in these ways?
As Canada’s coronavirus case count surpasses 300,000, a number of people are reporting what’s believed to be adverse effects on the brain due to COVID-19.
Confusion, inability to focus, loss of memory, brain fog and tiredness are all symptoms that people have said they’re experiencing, both close to when they first started feeling sick and weeks or months later.
While much research still needs to be done on the subject, there have been a few studies that provide some early background on the course of COVID-19’s symptoms.
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