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'I woke up and couldn't taste or smell:' A possible early sign

Doctors have reported anecdotally that losing the ability to smell may be among the coronavirus’s symptoms — but how widespread that is, and how long it might last, is unclear.

“I woke up and couldn’t taste or smell anything. It was the most acute thing I’ve ever experienced,” says Londoner Holly Bourne.

Bourne has not had the widely recognized coronavirus symptoms — a cough or high fever — and therefore is not eligible to be tested by the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). But her experience of suddenly losing her sense of smell, combined with “weird head rushes,” headaches and exhaustion led her doctor to diagnose her “straight off the bat” with Covid-19 over the phone

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