The second wave of coronavirus has brought forward many fears. Unlike what was previously seen, even healthier people are getting infected and recording a concerning, quick degradation in their symptoms. There are also newer symptoms to be careful of- besides a cough or a fever, people are falling prey to unusual, far-more complex symptoms. Neurological complications have now become more common.
According to studies, COVID causing SARS-COV-2 virus and its mutations can have the ability to affect brain and neurological function, both in the short and the long term. From what is believed, over 1/3rd of COVID+ patients experience neurological symptoms of COVID during their infection and leave some in the looming risk of developing long-term dangers, including stroke.