Recovered COVID-19 patients are experiencing perplexing neurological issues — including stuttering, according to a report.
Patrick Thornton, a 40-year-old Houston teacher, was among those who developed a heavy stammer after battling coronavirus in August, the Scientific American reported.
“I realized that some of the words didn’t feel right in my mouth, you know?” said Thornton, who lost his voice while sick the virus, only for it to return with a stutter.
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Source: NY Post