Study suggests COVID-19 could cause brain damage

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UNITED KINGDOM — A new study shows COVID-19 may cause brain damage in some patients.

United Kingdom researchers examined 43 patients between the ages of 16 and 85 with varying degrees of the virus.

The results show several cases of temporary brain dysfunction, delirium, brain inflammation, strokes and nerve damage.

Authors of the study say their data highlights the need to investigate the neurological consequences of the pandemic.

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