Right now, there are still many Americans with long-term COVID-19 symptoms.
According to Johns Hopkins University those long-haul symptoms don't follow a pattern, age group or how severe someone had coronavirus.
Coronavirus can affect cells in the nose, leading to a lost sense of smell or taste entirely.
For some, their taste came back with things smelling bad or strange.
For about of quarter of people, the problem resolved in a couple of weeks.
Johns Hopkins doctors say there's a 60 to 80 percent chance these people will see improvement in smell within a year