New Research Says COVID-19 May Cause Brain Damage


New Scare Says COVID-19 Can Be A Potential Link For Brain Damage

A research study by University College London says that there is a potential threat of brain damage due to the Coronavirus situation. The new evidence suggests that the COVID-19 virus can cause a lot of neurological complications including Delirium and Psychosis. As the spread of the virus is increasing by the day, it is better to keep people informed, which is what the University researchers believe.

Thu, 09 Jul 2020 - 06:45 PM / by Vaishnavi Venkatesh

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