New Variant Coronavirus loss of taste and smell is “significantly less common”

by Keith -

New Variant CoronavirusOne of the more common side effects of coronavirus is the loss of taste and smell, however, according to recent data, people infected with the UK variant are less likely to report this effect.

A study conducted by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the loss of taste and smell was “significantly less common” in patients who tested positive for the new variant compared to those with other variants of COVID-19.   Find out more here: Visit the Sky News website

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