Renal injury has been commonly observed in patients with COVID-19. The effect of the virus on kidneys in COVID-19 recovered patients remains unclear. Thirty-seven COVID-19 recovered patients were Prospectively collected. And 37 sex- and age-matched normal controls (NC) were enrolled. T1 mapping, T2 mapping, BOLD and IVIM for each participant were acquired using 3.0T MRI. The COVID-19 recovered patients demonstrated abnormal renal T1 and T2 and R2* values, which may be associated with subclinical renal injury due to COVID-19.