How to Avoid Getting Coronavirus When Traveling | Planes, Trains, and Buses
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March 19, 2020 - by Brian for outsidehow.com
Even under normal conditions, communal vehicles — planes, trains, and buses — are breeding and trading grounds for germs. Now that countries all over the world are struggling with the outbreak of the new coronavirus, travelers are rightly getting even more apprehensive about boarding a plane or using mass transit. If you've got places to be and you have to travel, what steps can you take to protect yourself from the coronavirus?
According to the information released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), so far it seems that the main method of transmission for the coronavirus is the transfer of respiratory droplets from one person to another. These droplets are expelled during coughs and sneezes and can enter your system via your mouth or nose.
It may also be possible to pick up the virus from surface contact. If an infected person coughs on their hands and then uses a door handle, for instance, the virus could survive there until you touch it and then accidentally transfer it to your face.
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