4 min read.Updated: 31 Mar 2020, 01:55 AM ISTAnand Damani
By using clean disposable tissue we could prevent our bare hands from touching our eyes, nose and mouth.
A few days back, Dr. Sara Cody, director of the Santa Clara County's Public Health Department, US, was speaking at a press conference about a simple, yet vital, way on how people can stop coronavirus from spreading: Don't touch your face. "Today, start working on not touching your face — because one main way viruses spread is when you touch your own mouth, nose, or eyes," Dr. Cody said. Less than a minute later, Dr. Cody brought her hand to her mouth and licked her finger to turn a page in her notes.