You’ve got cotton-mouth
Could a dry mouth be a symptom of Covid-19? Well, it’s not completely off the table. Apparently, as many as 40% of people who are infected with Covid-19 may experience symptoms of dry mouth during or after the illness, if we were to follow a study from the “Journal of Dental Research”.
There’s even more recent evidence that shows how Covid-19 has a direct impact on the mouth and saliva. In fact, researchers from Wellcome Sanger Institute in Cambridge, U.K., and other organizations in the U.S. and U.K. found the angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 receptors, or ACE2 receptor, in cells of the salivary glands and tissues lining of the mouth.
And this is basically the protein that Covid-19 locks into for entering the body.
Everything smells just like a skunk
There are some people who are currently recovering from Covid-19 and suffering from a serious alteration of their smell. They smell everything, from smoke, garbage, and food, as if it were skunk.
And according to some doctors, these phantom smells tend to become even more common with time, as 25% of people experienced these unexplainable smells soon after they were diagnosed with Covid-19.
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Gee, you mean society actually survived without tests, vaccine and Fauci? At least as people drop dead from the, so called, vaccine it will be declared a spontaneous event unrelated to the CDC, Fauci or governmental incompetence.