What Covid-19 Did to My Brain

One person’s experience with the neurological symptoms of the disease

Long after she recovered from Covid-19, the disease is still affecting one writer’s brain. Jessica Firger shares the neurological symptoms she’s dealing with after her Covid-19 infection. Here’s an excerpt:

There was the time I walked from my bedroom to the bathroom and, out of habit, washed my hands immediately (and quite thoroughly!) but then forgot to pee. Or the times a text from a friend would appear on my phone screen and I’d have no…

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