For many throughout the world, one of the most unnerving aspects of COVID-19 is how unpredictable it can be for those who contract it.
Because while the survival rate for the virus tends to be high, there's no telling what will happen after it has left a patient's body. Some research has described patients developing brain issues after contracting the disease, while others reported that the debilitating effects many sufferers feel continued months after they had supposedly recovered.
The days of these "long haul" patients are filled with uncertainty as to when their symptoms will abate and that is certainly true for one young woman who has had her sense of taste dramatically affected by COVID-19.
But while it's common to lose one's sense of taste and smell when you contract the virus, it seems that she is experiencing something even worse.