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The Covid is attached to expanded danger of neurological and mental sickness, study says 


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Julius Yeboah


April 7, 2021 at 8:35 a.m. GMT 


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Coronavirus has been connected with an expanded danger of neurological and mental problems, as per another examination distributed by one of the world's most conspicuous clinical diaries, in an unmistakable token of the rambling thump on impacts of an infection that has contaminated at any rate 132 million individuals all throughout the planet. 


As indicated by the investigation in Britain's Lancet Psychiatry, which analyzed in excess of 230,000 patient records, one out of three Coronavirus survivors got a neurological or mental conclusion inside a half year of getting the infection. The dangers were most prominent in patients who endured serious Coronavirus, the investigation's creators said.

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