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13:42

National

Hallucinations, extreme fatigue and pulmonary fibrosis, among the varied consequences of Covid-19

ÁLVARO SOTO / AGENCIES

...show results about the consequences of the virus on the body once the worst of the illness is over. According to a study featuring 143 Italian patients who had been released from hospital, which was published last week in the Jama Network medical ... most unusual consequences of Covid-19 is that it can cause cerebral problems, from hallucinations to fatal vascular accidents, and this could be more common than was previously believed and even affects patients who only had mild symptoms, according to ... fatigue, loss of muscle mass, sleep disturbance, alopecia and the urge to cry are common consequences in post-Covid patients. Alopecia This doesn't seem to be a direct result of the coronavirus, but once GP appointments began to get back to normal and

14:06

Gibraltar

Brexit and Covid-19, a potentially "perfect storm"

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar's deputy chief minister, Dr Joseph Garcia, has said that the combination of Britain leaving the EU and the Covid-19 pandemic have the potential makings of a "perfect storm", the consequences of which will be felt for years to come. Dr

16:33

Opinion

Prohibition, will they never learn?

ANDREW J. LINN

It is an old axiom that every nation gets the government it deserves, and if this is applied worldwide, then we are not in good hands. It was ever thus.When Prohibition became law in the US a century ago, no-one had thought through the consequences

14:16

Opinion

It's an ill wind...

ANDREW J. LINN

Although the effects on individual wine drinkers are likely to be negligible - unless they get infected - the potential consequences for the trade of the coronavirus are serious. If people stop travelling, the wine they would drink on cruise ships