Tinnitus, also known as ringing in the ears, is another symptom to take seriously, according to Professor Spector.
“This suggests that another part of the body is affected, something internal, closer to the brain.”
Professor Spector and his team conducted a survey to verify the prevalence of tinnitus in people with COVID-19.
It was found that 19% or one in five people infected with COVID had ear problems.
According to the ZOE study, of the 14,500 people who took part in the survey, 5,000 tested positive for coronavirus and ringing in the ears. According to patients, symptoms “come and go and can be mild to moderate for weeks or months.”
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