Published: Tue, March 24, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Jazz C Gobert says he's temporarily lost sense of smell

Jazz C Gobert says he's temporarily lost sense of smell

The experts added that many patients who have tested positive for the coronavirus are only experiencing loss of smell or taste without symptoms of a high fever or a dry cough.

Gobert seems to be among the people experiencing those symptoms.

However, British authorities said on Sunday anosmia can definitely be a result of coronavirus.

It's now been almost two weeks since Gobert tested positive and while the Frenchman initially had no symptoms or side effects, that's changed over the last four days and counting. At the time of his test, Gobert had been feeling symptoms that led to tests for influenza, strep throat and an upper respiratory infection, before a precautionary COVID-19 test. Gobert was reportedly feeling strong enough to play that night.

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Rudy Gobert gave fans an overview of the fight against the coronavirus, which, apparently, in his case, does not understand anything.

Since his diagnosis, several other players have contracted the virus that include Kevin Durant, Marcus Smart and Gobert's teammate, Donovan Mitchell, 3 other players on the Brooklyn Nets, and two unknown players on the Lakers.

Since then, the 27-year-old has publicly urged everyone to take precautionary measures.

Gobert, whose positive test kickstarted both the National Basketball Association and sports world shutdown, asked on social media if others are experiencing similar symptoms.

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