People with COVID-19 face increased risks two years after infection

A study of over 1.25 million people diagnosed with COVID-19 suggests there is an elevated risk of developing some neurological and psychiatric conditions, including psychosis, dementia, ‘brain fog’ and seizures, for two years after being infected with COVID-19, when compared to other respiratory infections.

There is also an increased risk of anxiety and depression in adults, but this subsides within two months of COVID-19 infection and, over two years, is no more likely than after other respiratory infections.

Researchers at the University of Oxford, supported by MQ, have published their recent findings in two new papers.   Read in full here