The hidden long-term cognitive effects of COVID-19

Harvard Health reports on new research that is suggesting that there may be long-term neurologic consequences in those who survive COVID infections, including more than seven million Americans and another 27 million people worldwide. Particularly troubling is increasing evidence that there may be mild — but very real — brain damage that occurs in many survivors, causing pervasive yet subtle cognitive, behavioral, and psychological problems.

Read more at Harvard Health Blog about the how COVID-19 damages the brain and the potential long term effects.