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Psychological disorders are common among individuals who experienced COVID-19. Studies showed that patients affected with severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), which is caused by SARS CoV-1, reported a wide range of psychiatric complications, including adjustment-related anxiety and depression. Those complications may last after the infection as patients with SARS found to have post-traumatic stress disorder (54%), depression (39%), panic disorder (32.5%), and obsessive-compulsive disorder (15.6%), 50 months post-infection.

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Few data are available regarding psychiatric illness in patients with COVID-19. However, studies of previous coronavirus epidemics suggest that many patients with COVID-19 will manifest psychiatric symptoms and disorders
 
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