Dr. Wilfred van Gorp was interviewed by VeryWellHealth.com concerning neurological symptoms in Covid-19 patients.

Excerpt from the article:

“In theory, if there’s hypoxia in the brain and it resolves, those symptoms will likely get better,” he says. “However, there is a subset of patients who do have almost a chronic fatigue-like brain fog and it may just be persistent somewhat indefinitely. That seems to be what’s appearing. We just don’t have the prospective studies to speak on it definitely yet. There are so many unknowns.”

Read full article here.

remote learning challengesSpecial needs children face remote learning challenges
child having trouble learningBuilding blocks for special needs kids