Loss of smell and taste as symptoms in patients with high recovery rate from Covid 19

Researchers at UC San Diego Health report the first empirical findings which strongly associate sensory loss with COVID-19, the respiratory disease

caused by the novel coronavirus, in a study published April 12, 2020, in the journal International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology.The most common first sign of an infection with COVID-19

remains fever, but weakness and loss of smell and taste follow as other early, very common signs, "said Carol Yan, MD, an otolaryngologist and head and neck surgeon at UC

San Diego Health.The most common first sign of an infection with COVID-19 remains fever, but weakness and loss of smell and taste follow as other early, very common signs, "said

Carol Yan, MD, an otolaryngologist and head and neck surgeon at UC San Diego Health.Interestingly, the researchers found that the COVID-19 was more frequently tested negative by people who reported having sore throat.

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