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COVID-19 coronavirus survivors also show symptoms of Parkinson’s disease

In March, a 45-year-old Israeli took a week-long trip to the United States. On the return flight, he sat in front of a passenger coughed repeatedly. Two days later, symptoms of coronavirus appeared: dry cough, muscle pain. He also lost his sense of smell.

He tested positive for coronavirus, was briefly hospitalized with fatigue, shortness of breath and chest pain, and was returned to quarantine a few days later. But within three weeks, new symptoms started to appear. His handwriting has become less readable. He began to have difficulty speaking, texting. He had tremors in one hand, his movements were slowing down and he observed that his cognitive performance was a bit poor.

This particular combination of symptoms was familiar – and alarming: Doctors released the case report in October called it a “probable case of Parkinson’s .”

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