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A: Covid-19 could be associated with cognitive decline and the acceleration of Alzheimer’s-like symptoms, according to an international consortium of researchers who are trying to understand the long-term consequences of the virus on the central nervous system.
A patient’s degree of illness with Covid-19 was not an indicator of his cognitive decline. Erausquin pointed out, however, that research does not show that Covid-19 increases a person’s risk of Alzheimer’s, and there are some big questions that can only be answered over time.
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