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Dr. Fauci Just Said This Is the Tell-Tale Sign You Have Long COVID

Best Life Logo By Zachary Mack of Best Life | Slide 3 of 5: By now, the loss of smell or taste—medically known as anosmia and ageusia, respectively—has become an infamous symptom among COVID patients. However, it's not just an active infection that presents with these symptoms—researchers have noted how long the symptom can persist after the virus clears. In the case of the University of Washington study, 13.6 percent of participants reported this symptom. And for more on when we might be able to finally get back to normal, This Is When the COVID Pandemic Will Be Completely Over, Experts Say.

2. Loss of sense of smell or taste

By now, the loss of smell or taste—medically known as anosmia and ageusia, respectively—has become an infamous symptom among COVID patients. However, it's not just an active infection that presents with these symptoms—researchers have noted how long the symptom can persist after the virus clears. In the case of the University of Washington study, 13.6 percent of participants reported this symptom. And for more on when we might be able to finally get back to normal, This Is When the COVID Pandemic Will Be Completely Over, Experts Say.

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