Reduced sense of smell is a common symptom of COVID-19. Find out what the research says might be able to help it get better.
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Anosmia Awareness Day - I’ve Lost My Sense of Smell and Taste From COVID-19: How Long Will This Last?
Reduced sense of smell and taste is one of the earliest symptoms of COVID-19. Find out why and what the chances are it will come back.