Between June and July 2020, we evaluated children and adolescents concerning post-infection surveillance after a COVID-19 positivity during the lockdown. We aimed to assess whether the anamnestic presence of allergies could correlate with the presence of SARS-CoV-2 symptoms, and in particular with anosmia.

COVID-19, Anosmia, and Allergies: Is There a Relationship? A Pediatric Perspective

Giulia Brindisi
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Alberto Spalice;Caterina Anania;Martina Capponi;Bianca Cinicola;Giovanna De Castro;Ivana Martinelli;Federica Pulvirenti;Luigi Matera;Enrica Mancino;Cristiana Alessia Guido;Anna Maria Zicari
2022

Abstract

Between June and July 2020, we evaluated children and adolescents concerning post-infection surveillance after a COVID-19 positivity during the lockdown. We aimed to assess whether the anamnestic presence of allergies could correlate with the presence of SARS-CoV-2 symptoms, and in particular with anosmia.
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