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New York City resident Sabri Ben-Achour, 39, began to feel ill on March 12 and experienced roughly 36 hours of intense symptoms: fever, aches, fatigue, cough and headache.

But by March 14, Ben-Achour felt back to normal, except for one thing: both his sense of smell and taste were gone. “I couldn’t smell anything,” he said. “I could literally not smell s---.” He ordered from a local Indian restaurant: “I asked them to make it extra salty and extra spicy, and it tasted like water.” By March 16,

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