Some coronavirus patients show signs of brain ailments

Some coronavirus patients show signs of brain ailments

2/4/2020 6:31:00 AM

Some coronavirus patients show signs of brain ailments

NEW YORK — Neurologists around the world say that a small subset of patients with Covid-19 are developing serious impairments of the brain.

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