30 Percent of Patients Have Neurological COVID Symptoms

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Up to 30 percent of patients have neurological symptoms related to COVID, and they are linked to patients that seem to have ongoing issues, or longhaulers. Patients don’t seem to fully recover, they still have aches, brain fog, and chronic headaches. Neuroimmunologist Dr. Sharon Stoll shares there are other viruses that attack the brain like rabies and chickenpox.

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