Passing Kansas City COVID Smell Test

Important insight into cowtown plague sickness recovery and the strange COVID symptom that dominated popular culture and frightens the legion of local foodies more than most.

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'It Feels Hollow': Why Losing And Regaining A Sense Of Smell Is More Disorienting Than You Might Think.

Part of surviving a pandemic is having that friend who got you through it. For Aaron Blake of Kansas City, that friend is ketchup. Blake tested positive for the coronavirus in August. About a week later, walking just a few feet to get some water made him feel winded.


  1. If you get 'rona and your first thought is McD's, the sense of smell isn't what you should be focusing on.


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