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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.
2021.10.27 / 22:56