In December 2019, coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) emerged in Wuhan and rapidly spread throughout China. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, in addition to the well-known COVID-19 symptoms, various neurological symptoms have been also described in patients with COVID-19. Here, we report an unusual presentation of COVID-19 infection in a teriflunomide-treated individual with multiple sclerosis (MS) who did not interrupt teriflunomide treatment during the infection. The course of the infection was mild in this case as in other reported teriflunomide-treated individuals with COVID-19. COVID-19's presentation may be unusual in people with MS (pwMS). It can also be concluded that teriflunomide may be considered a safe disease-modifying treatment option during the pandemic.