Neurological Symptoms in COVID-19 Patients Are Problematic

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How the coronavirus almost killed a healthy woman with “no normal symptoms”

by Tucker Reals/CBSNews

London — Rebecca Wrixon knew that working as a nanny for a pair of doctors could leave her exposed to the coronavirus, but as a healthy 44-year-old with young children, she didn’t worry much about catching COVID-19. It was already clear then, in early April, that the disease hit the elderly and those with underlying conditions hard, but it didn’t seem much of a threat to her healthy family.

Then one morning just after Easter, Wrixon woke up with a numb arm.

 

Researchers in Britain now believe COVID-19 may hit many more people with similar neurological symptoms than commonly thought — including younger patients and those who, like Wrixon, never experience the most well-known signs of the disease.

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