It's hard to imagine that one day we might all get some kind of normalcy back. We will head back to work, kids will go back to school, parks and beaches will reopen and there may even be events, concerts and parties. But the fight against COVID-19 will not be over quickly, it will be a slow race and we will have to remain safe and ensure we are sticking to a few key guidelines when the doors finally open.
People are generally aware of the most common causes of hallucinations, like schizophrenia and a really high fever. But lesser known are the more rare causes; here are six you probably haven't heard about.