1. Agony of post-COVID-19 loss of smell  Fox News
  2. Not to be sniffed at: Agony of post-COVID-19 loss of smell  The Associated Press
  3. COVID-Linked Loss of Smell, Taste Can Linger for Many Months  U.S. News & World Report
  4. Covid: Loss of smell and taste may last FIVE MONTHS after infection  Daily Mail
  5. Loss of taste and smell due to COVID-19 could last up to five months, new study suggests  CTV News
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A year into the coronavirus pandemic, doctors and researchers are still striving to better understand and treat the accompanying epidemic of COVID-19-related anosmia — loss of smell — draining much of the joy of life from an increasing number of sensorially frustrated longer-term sufferers like Forgione.A year into the coronavirus pandemic, doctors and researchers are still striving to better understand and treat the accompanying epidemic of COVID-19-related anosmia — loss of smell — draining much of the joy of life from an increasing number of sensorially frustrated longer-term sufferers like Forgione.

NICE, France (AP) — The doctor slid a miniature camera into the patient’s right nostril, making her whole nose glow red with its bright miniature light. “Tickles a bit, eh?” he asked as he... NICE, France (AP) — The doctor slid a miniature camera into the patient’s right nostril, making her whole nose glow red with its bright miniature light. “Tickles a bit, eh?” he asked as he...

What happens when COVID-19 causes a person to lose their sense of smell? Food tastes like cardboard. Depression and cognitive issues can result. The latest developments.

Agony of post-COVID-19 loss of smell can run deep for some. Get today's virus developments. - WKBT

Researchers from the University of Quebec studied 813 healthcare workers who contracted Covid-19. 38% of those who lost their senses had not fully regained their taste after five months.Researchers from the University of Quebec studied 813 healthcare workers who contracted Covid-19. 38% of those who lost their senses had not fully regained their taste after five months.

Covid: Loss of smell and taste may last FIVE MONTHS after infection | Daily Mail Online

A study assessed over 800 health care workers and asked them to rate their senses for a period of five months. A study assessed over 800 health care workers and asked them to rate their senses for a period of five months.

Loss of sense of smell and taste may last up to 5 months after Covid-19, new study finds | Health24

A preliminary study involving 813 Quebec health-care workers who tested positive for COVID-19 has shown that people with the coronavirus could lose their sense of smell and taste for up to five months. A preliminary study involving 813 Quebec health-care workers who tested positive for COVID-19 has shown that people with the coronavirus could lose their sense of smell and taste for up to five months.

COVID-19: Loss of taste and smell could last up to five months, new coronavirus study suggests | CTV News