Losing a sense of smell and taste can be one of the most sure symptoms of coronavirus and can take weeks to fully heal. As per studies, the sign is reported in more than 60% of COVID+ cases.
However, that may not be the ONLY way the SARS-COV-2 virus affects and alters your tastebuds. With researches and case studies constantly being brought forward, we are only beginning to learn the multitude of ways the virus wrecks havoc on the human body and impairs vital senses as well.
According to a new study conducted by the National Institute of Health (NIH), which has been published in the scientific journal, Nature Medicine, nearly half of COVID victims suffer from oral symptoms during the course of the infection.
Since only the classic signs are visibly seen, experts now point that a lot of these oral symptoms, which may come up days prior to the other signs may go unnoticed.

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