Epilepsy and COVID-19's Double-Edged Sword: More Severe Disease and Delayed Epilepsy Care

Very early into the COVID-19 pandemic, it became clear that people with preexisting medical conditions, including people with epilepsy, were at greater risk of more severe consequences from COVID-19.1,2 In this issue of Neurology®, 2 studies address the increased risks associated with COVID-19 for people with epilepsy and the effects the shutdown had on providing epilepsy care.3,4

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