A worse sense of smell after COVID-19

More than a quarter of the COVID-19 group still experienced olfactory dysfunction two years after infection, but after three years, the condition wasn’t significantly more common than in controls, the researchers found.

That’s reassuring for the 28 million Americans estimated to have endured a worse sense of smell after COVID-19.

— Read more in Loss of smell from COVID-19 takes up to three years to return, study finds at The Seattle Times.


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