Published: 11 January 2022
Author(s): Jagdish Khubchandani, James H. Price, Sushil Sharma, Michael J. Wiblishauser, Fern J. Webb
Issue: March 2022
Section: Letter to the Editor

Recently, media reports and scientific publications have started highlighting the long-term sequalae of COVID-19 infections. A wide variety of persistent symptoms such as respiratory distress, cough and fever, loss of smell and taste, muscle and joint pain, fatigue and weakness have been reported in COVID-19 infection survivors [1,2]. Among the most common long-term complications reported are neuropsychiatric symptoms such as confusion and memory problems, difficulty concentrating, headaches, depression and anxiety [1–5].


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