Right now, there are still many Americans with long-term COVID-19 symptoms.
According to Johns Hopkins University those long-haul symptoms don’t follow a pattern, age group or how severe someone had coronavirus.
Coronavirus can affect cells in the nose, leading to a lost sense of smell or taste entirely.
For some, their taste came back with things smelling bad or strange.
For about of quarter of people, the problem resolved in a couple of weeks.
Johns Hopkins doctors say there’s a 60 to 80 percent chance these people will see improvement in smell within a year.
There’s a wide range of therapy suggested from medication to doctors visits but some are trying to help in outside-the-box ways.
Perfume maker Sue Phillips has decades in the fragrance industry and is based out of New York City.
She is helping people around the country, nearly 40 so far, regain their smell after losing