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COVID-19 long-haulers are showing early signs of neurological disorders: at least 1 in 5 still report brain fog after months – Business Insider Australia

Around 1 in 5 coronavirus long-haulers reported experiencing brain fog six months after their initial infection.

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  • Around 1 in 5 coronavirus long-haulers still felt brain fog six months after their initial infection.
  • That’s according to a new preprint analysis that collected data from nearly 19,000 patients.
  • Doctors will need to keep tracking long-haulers to know whether they have neurological disorders.
  • See more stories on Insider’s business page.

When people started reporting brain fog, dizziness, and vertigo following COVID-19 infections, doctors weren’t sure how long the issues would last. Were these symptoms…

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