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People of all ages and backgrounds are joining together to fight COVID. 

Support the NHS, help scientific research and help get us out of lockdown safely.

Take 1-min to report your health daily, even if you are well.

Take 1-min to report your health daily, even if you are well.

 

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Our researchers are working day and night to try and understand COVID better. From how COVID spreads, to new symptoms. This is shared with the NHS and government, and published in the top academic journals. Discover what you have made possible on our News & Research Page.

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Sign up for this week's webinar! Dr Claire Steves and Professor Tim Spector will delve into the latest data from the COVID Symptom Study, including risk factors we've identified that may put individuals at risk of hospitalisation due to COVID.

You asked: Should I take vitamin supplements for COVID-19?

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May 19, 2020

Which vitamins should you take to boost your immunity against the novel coronavirus? Do supplements work? And even if they don’t, what’s the harm? We speak to Professor Tim Spector to find out. 

UK lists anosmia as official COVID-19 symptom

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May 19, 2020

Loss of taste and smell have now been added to the UK's official list of coronavirus symptoms. We welcome this news, as our data collected from millions of app users suggests that anosmia is a stronger predictor of COVID-19 than fever.

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