We have often heard about Coronavirus and its effects on the brain in recent weeks. In fact, the neural tropism of this virus (SARS-Cov-2) is an emerging and extremely important topic to consider in these months of global lockdown. For months, silence, isolation, the desert of our cities, the solitude of our monuments have become our existential “storm”. Deafening silence, a sense of bleak emptiness, physical and emotional paralysis, fear and bewilderment are some of the perceptions and feelings that do not leave our nervous system indifferent. And how could they not? How do all these stress factors not already affect our brain?