Coronavirus symptoms: Long Covid patients hit by rancid smells: ‘Toothpaste’s like petrol’

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Sarah Govier, 44, from Whitstable, Kent was diagnosed with COVID-19 back in May with her main symptom being a loss of smell.

The mother-of-two described how nearly all food began to smell rotten and had lost half a stone due to being barely able to eat her favourite meals.

Loss of smell, known medically as parosmia, is a common symptom being reported in COVID-19.

A study conducted by researchers at UCL and UCLH identified the most reliable indicator of COVID-19.

The key finding is that acute loss of smell and/or taste appears to be the most common indicator of the viral disease.

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Published at Sun, 27 Dec 2020 15:40:00 +0000

Coronavirus symptoms: Long Covid patients hit by rancid smells: ‘Toothpaste’s like petrol’

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