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Long-term complications of the corona have been revealed

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Memory loss can be a long-term consequence of a coronavirus infection.

Axar.az reports that this is stated in a study published by JAMA Network Open magazine.

Specialists examined 740 patients from a network of clinics in New York.

The survey found that 24% of people who recovered from COVID-19 had cognitive impairments related to the memory process. Another 23% cannot remember the information in their brain.

Patients were more likely to have problems with attention and diligence, as well as speed of mental performance, than those with mild infections.

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2021.10.27 / 22:56
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