Vertigo may be COVID-19 symptom: case

Vestibular neuritis has been linked to the illness after a US doctor who was SARS-CoV-2 positive started vomiting any time he moved

A US doctor appears to be the first COVID-19 patient to develop acute vestibular neuritis, in a case that signals yet another possible sign of infection for clinicians to keep in mind.

The 42-year-old doctor developed a mild illness with congestion, sore throat, subjective fevers, dry cough and chills along with body aches and fatigue in early March 2020, just before SARS-CoV-2 testing became widely available.

His symptoms improved with paracetamol and ibuprofen and had completely resolved after five days, reported doctors