The New York Times reports that "British ear, nose and throat doctors, citing reports from colleagues around the world, called on adults who lose their senses of smell to isolate themselves for seven days, even if they have no other symptoms, to slow the disease’s spread. The published data is limited, but doctors are concerned enough to raise warnings."
Please note, this does not mean that just because your nose is still telling you that others need to shower you're not a safety risk to others. It just means if you have lost your sense of smell or taste that you should seriously consider quarantining yourself in order to protect others. You could save a life. Or many.
About this blog