Older adults suffer from persistent cognitive impairment after recovery from SARS-CoV-2 infection


In addition to the respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms that accompany COVID-19, many people with the virus experience short- and/or long-term neuropsychiatric symptoms, including loss of smell and taste, and cognitive and attention deficits, known as “brain fog.”

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