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We knew this was coming: a new rise in Covid-19 and a new variant has sent people into a panic. The medical establishment is putting out warnings, the government is likely going to fund a new vaccine, and people are becoming anxious and fearful that a new pandemic is around the corner. There has even been evidence that mild Covid causes brain damage, according to Dr. Clarissa Yasuda:
‘Our findings are concerning, as even people with a mild case of COVID-19 are showing changes in their brains months later. More studies are needed to hopefully identify treatments to prevent any long-term effects on people’s quality of life,’ she added.
To understand this, the researchers studied 254 people who had a mild COVID-19 infection. On average, the patients were 41 years old and had COVID-19 three months earlier.