Loss of smell following COVID linked to a person’s immune reaction to the infection

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A team of researchers from Columbia University Irving Medical Center, the University of Pennsylvania, the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and the New York State Psychiatric Institute has found that a person’s loss of taste or smell due to a COVID-19 infection may be linked to the intensity of their immune response.

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