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Months after recovering from COVID-19, millions may suffer from “brain or psychiatric disorders” – Salon

A new study reveals troubling long-term brain and psychiatric aftereffects in COVID-19 patients

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An astonishing study found that roughly one out of three COVID-19 survivors were diagnosed with either a brain or psychiatric disorder within six months of contracting COVID-19.
The shockingly high proportion of brain and psychiatric disorders in COVID-19 patients suggests that 10 million Americans (out of the 30 million who have contracted COVID-19) could suffer mental health repercussions in the coming years. That prophesies an impending social crisis for which American society is unprepared.

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