Covid-19 Sends Healthy 40-Year-Old Into Life-Threatening Catatonia

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Published on August 7, 2020 - Duration: 00:42s

Covid-19 Sends Healthy 40-Year-Old Into Life-Threatening Catatonia

A man’s encounter with COVID-19 likely led to him experiencing life-threatening catatonia.

Gizmodo reports Swedish doctors say it erased days of his memory.

The man was able to recover without serious brain damage thanks to prompt treatment.

However, the doctors warn that the man’s case may highlight a never-before-seen form issue.

We don't know the extent of neurological complications that can be caused by the coronavirus.


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