- Feb 13, 2020
Holy cow! You are quite the sperg aren’t you mate? I’m not sure why you constantly sperg out to my posts. You want evidence, but you don’t believe any of the studies. I posted one and you’re more than welcome to do a Google search and see that loss of taste AND smell is quite rampant with the virus and that has confirmed what I have seen and experienced with people who have gotten it in the real world. Anosmia from the flu caused by a stuffy nose is completely different from losing both taste and smell completely since anosmia also includes partial loss. An asymptomatic case is now not considered a positive test, so your family member doesn’t even count as a positive. It’s quite obvious that people who test positive and have symptoms are the ones I’m talking about. Once again, just because you don’t like how the virus is being handled, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist lolI have one family member that tested positive for COVID. Total number of symptoms she had...... zero. Zilch. Nada, for months prior to the test, and the 2 weeks after. I guess she was an "asymptomatic patient."
You have totally shifted from "Loss of taste/smell is unique to COVID" to "This many people have never lost there taste and smell from the flu." But all you have offered up in support of that is three friends, all of whom recovered from that symptom. So how many is it, total? 5? 10? 500? 500,000? 17 Million? 800 Billion? What's your source for the number? Since all the research or proof you've offered in this area is your friends and such, I guess the total is 3 people. I would think more than 3 people suffer from Anosmia in a normal flu season, seeing as the estimates go up to 3% of Americans. Nothing there indicates a new high for anosmia.