KCTV: Study finds most COVID-19 patients deal with neurological symptoms

December 8, 2020

A recent study found up to 82% of people hospitalized with COVID-19 may have lasting neurological issues.

KCTV talked to Dr. Karin Olds, neurologist and stroke medical director for Saint Luke's Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, and one local woman who has been dealing with the effects of the virus for months.

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