Daniel Reardon said his nose was ‘recovering well’ and had not sustained any permanent damage. Photo: Daniel Reardon/TwitterDaniel Reardon said his nose was ‘recovering well’ and had not sustained any permanent damage. Photo: Daniel Reardon/Twitter
Daniel Reardon said his nose was ‘recovering well’ and had not sustained any permanent damage. Photo: Daniel Reardon/Twitter

Coronavirus: Australian scientist gets magnets stuck in his nose after Covid-19 device mishap

  • Daniel Reardon landed in hospital with magnets stuck up his nose while trying to invent a necklace that would buzz to stop users from touching their faces
  • The astrophysicist said his nose was ‘recovering well’ and had not sustained any permanent damage
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Daniel Reardon said his nose was ‘recovering well’ and had not sustained any permanent damage. Photo: Daniel Reardon/TwitterDaniel Reardon said his nose was ‘recovering well’ and had not sustained any permanent damage. Photo: Daniel Reardon/Twitter
Daniel Reardon said his nose was ‘recovering well’ and had not sustained any permanent damage. Photo: Daniel Reardon/Twitter
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