Loss of taste, smell due to COVID-19 could last up to five months: study

 
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Canada has now administered at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to nearly three per cent of the Canadian population. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
 
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FIVE THINGS TO KNOW
 
1
  Trudeau-Biden meeting
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Joe Biden are expected to unveil a 'partnership roadmap' following the first face-to-face virtual meeting between the two leaders on Tuesday.
 
2
  Uighur vote
Members of Parliament, without the support of the Liberal cabinet, voted Monday to label China's treatment of the Uighur Muslims a genocide and to call on the federal government to formally adopt that position.
 
3
  COVID-19 symptoms
A preliminary study involving 813 Quebec health-care workers who tested positive for COVID-19 has shown that people with the coronavirus could lose their sense of smell and taste for up to five months.
 
4
  Road to recovery
After weeks or months on a ventilator, recovering COVID-19 patients can struggle to swallow, eat, drink or even to speak -- and that's where the help of speech-language pathologists comes in.
 
5
  Election disinformation
A new study from Simon Fraser University details the ways both Russian and Iranian trolls spread disinformation on Twitter in the lead-up to the 2015 Canadian election won by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
 
 
 
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Popular French electronic music duo Daft Punk have announced they are splitting up after more than 28 years performing, according to an "Epilogue" video posted online.
 
 
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