Could COVID-19 trigger ‘face blindness’?

Researchers have identified the first case of 'face blindness' linked to long COVID

Researchers have reported what they say is the first case of prosopagnosia or “face blindness” related to long COVID, in a woman who confused her father with her uncle.

US authors say their patient Annie developed face recognition difficulties about two months after her COVID-19 symptoms began, and the deficits have persisted almost three years on.