The New Normal: What is being done to help patients suffering from Long COVID-19

A new study finds adult risk of developing seizure disorders, brain fog, dementia and other mental health conditions remains high two years after recovering from COVID-19.

News 12 Staff

Aug 19, 2022, 1:32 PM

Updated 667 days ago

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A new study finds adult risk of developing seizure disorders, brain fog, dementia and other mental health conditions remains high two years after recovering from COVID-19.
It's difficult to measure - but an estimated millions Americans have developed Long COVID-19, and roughly one million people may be out of the workforce at any given time due to the condition - equivalent to about $50 billion in lost earnings annually.
News 12's Elizabeth Hashagen was joined by Diana Berrent and Dr. Thomas Gut to take a closer look at Long COVID, the symptoms, and what's being done to treat people.


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