Coronavirus: Research discovers ‘a strange sensation in the nose’ could predict COVID-19

These nasal disturbances “appeared principally before or during the other symptoms of COVID-19”. On average, the nasal symptoms lasted for 12 days.

The researchers concluded: “The presence of these nasal symptoms, and their early occurrence, could potentially facilitate early diagnosis of COVID-19.”

It must be noted that this body of work was published as a pre-print research paper.

This means the study is yet to be peer-reviewed, meaning various experts are yet to assess the research.


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