There is preliminary evidence that has also suggested that the virus can cause severe damages to the kidneys (https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.04.06.20055194v1), liver and heart in extreme cases.
Finally, there is the possibility that COVID-19 may interact with other pre-existing medical conditions, both physical and mental, which may impact someone in unexpected ways. The evidence is still unclear on the relationships but will continue to develop as researchers garner further evidence of the virus and its impact on the human body.
If you have contracted the COVID-19, you may be entitled to receive long-term disability benefits. No doubt insurers will do whatever they can to reduce exposure to such claims. Therefore, it is imperative that you contact a lawyer specializing in long-term disability law to discuss your rights and what steps you need to take to ensure that you receive what you are entitled under your policy of insurance.