A third of COVID-19 survivors develop neurological, psychiatric disorders: Oxford University study 1

A third of COVID-19 survivors develop neurological, psychiatric disorders: Oxford University study

 

Study co-lead Maxime Taquet discusses research from Oxford University showing many COVID-19 survivors develop psychiatric disorders.

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22 comments

  1. *Leaves loved ones, neighbours and innocent passerby’s, sick, dead, or cognitively impaired.
    *Thinks it was totally worth it for their spring break vacation/house party/holiday get-together.

    1. @JMAC LIVES I’ll pay you double to not have to hear the next lame ad hominem you come up with.

    2. @JMAC LIVES dude is obviously not a shill; for one thing his spelling and syntax make sense for once

    3. @JMAC LIVES If behaviour mattered to anti-science mouth breathers, this would be over by now.

    1. they said specifically covid-19 survivors so no that’s not the issue here, the issue is the virus

    2. @Eugene C Not even agreeing with the theory of the op, but your answer doesn’t disprove it. Those with Covid also go through those things, so there is potentially a causal relationship.

    3. Half of all Canadians now say COVID-19 (response) has affected their mental health. For women, that number is 60%

  2. Is this a peer reviewed and confirmed double blind study? Or is this computer modelling
    analysis of accrued data?

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