Doctors say some coronavirus (COVID-19) patients suffering from confusion, delirium
DETROIT Doctors are starting to learn more about how the coronavirus (COVID-19) can affect the brain, and they report some patients are suffering from confusion, or even delirium. He said intensive care unit delirium isnt uncommon, especially in older patients and people with medical problems. Research suggests COVID-19 delirium is trending younger, though, with some patients arriving at the hospital complaining of hallucinations, experts said. Early studies suggest some COVID-19 delirium might also be linked to prolonged periods of low oxygen. Doctors are just starting to learn about the long-term consequences of COVID-19, and its important to study people as they recover, George said.
IRS confirms households will not have to repay stimulus check
DETROIT – There’s confusion circulating online about whether people need to pay back the federal stimulus checks being sent out. Several videos circulating on social media claim that you’ll eventually have to pay it back next year. WDIV’s Trust Index verification team reviewed the claim and determined this is not true. The Associated Press confirmed with the IRS and Department of Treasury you do not have to repay the stimulus check. Share it with our Trust Index team and we’ll review.