How to protect yourself against Coronavirus

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Published on 02 Mar 2020 / In People & Blogs

⁣Video: ⁣What can people do to protect themselves and others from getting the new coronavirus?

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⁣Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.
⁣World Health Organization recommends people take these simple precautions against coronavirus to reduce exposure and transmission.

When an infected person coughs or sneezes, they release droplets of saliva or mucus. These droplets can fall on people in the vicinity and can be either directly inhaled or picked up on the hands then transferred when someone touches their face, causing infection. For flu, some hospital guidelines define exposure as being within six feet of an infected person who sneezes or coughs for 10 minutes or longer.

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Viruses can also be spread through droplets landing on surfaces such as seats on buses or trains or desks in school. However, whether this is a main transmission route depends on how long viruses survive on surfaces – this can vary from hours to months.

There is anecdotal evidence that the virus can be spread by people before they have symptoms. Some other illnesses such as flu can be passed from one person to another before symptoms occur – but the extent to which this is happening with the Wuhan coronavirus is not well understood yet.

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