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'COVID tongue': Mouth ulcers or rashes likely a coronavirus symptom, says expert

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'COVID tongue': Mouth ulcers or rashes likely a coronavirus symptom, says expert

'COVID tongue': Mouth ulcers or rashes likely a coronavirus symptom, says expert

"It was ignored by most doctors who didn't think it was related, but now with all these increasing reports, it's looking like it's part of this syndrome," said Professor Tim Spector.


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