November 1, 2020 | By


The pandemic has struck so quickly with such remarkable implications to our health, politics and the economy that we’ve only been able to react as opposed to create thoughtful programs. We have had to try and find treatments and cures with limited data. Fortunately, most people as we are now aware are seemingly asymptomatic, and only now with longer follow up are we able ascertain if they actually have long-term symptoms. These manifestations can be cardiac, neurological or pulmonary. Research today seems to indicate that somewhere between 5 and 10% of those infected with COVID will have long-term COVID symptoms. This article speaks to the neurological implications of COVID. Over the next few months we will see a number of more articles addressing the other implications of COVID.