The lasting symptoms among COVID-19 long haulers: Brain fog and neuropsychological effects vary in duration and cause

More than two years after the COVID-19 pandemic erupted, scientists have become increasingly aware of a group of patients — so-called ‘long haulers’ — who remain plagued by a combination of symptoms long after the infection passes. In a new study, researchers describe their findings related to their multidisciplinary clinical work in this area.

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