Trying to help post-COVID-19 patients who have distorted sense of smell, taste

Research is underway into this side effect for some patients

Scientists are learning more about the symptoms of long-haul COVID-19 and finding clues for how the coronavirus attacks the body. Some people recovering from the illness are suffering from, perhaps, one of the oddest side effects — a distorted sense of taste and smell. Doctors are trying to help them.

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