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Loss Of Smell Or Taste Could Signal Coronavirus

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Loss Of Smell Or Taste Could Signal Coronavirus

Loss Of Smell Or Taste Could Signal Coronavirus

Business Insider reports that a sudden loss of smell could be a symptom of coronavirus, even if you don't have any additional symptoms. In South Korea, China, and Italy, about a third of COVID-19 patients have also had a loss of smell.

According to lead ear, nose, and throat experts in the UK, that is known as anosmia or hyposmia.

The British Association of Otorhinolaryngology urges anyone experiencing a loss of smell or taste to self-isolate.

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