Most of the one-third mentioned in the title are psychological problems:
The most common diagnosis is anxiety. Anxiety was found in 17% of patients treated for Covid-19, followed by mood disorders in 14% of patients.
Although people with severe symptoms during hospitalization have an increased chance of neurological disease:
One clue: The study’s co-author, Masud Husain, a professor of neurology and cognitive science at Oxford University, said that psychological symptoms are more common than serious neurological complications.
He said: “In fact, people with serious illnesses have a higher risk of neurological complications, and unlike mental health complications, they have a higher severity.”