In fact, The Wall Street Journal In a report, he points out that “they” they hide in the dishwashing sponge, on the computer keyboard and on dirty clothes. Flush the toilet and it will release them into the air. People leave them on planes, shopping carts, cafeterias and elevator buttons, he adds.
So when the A/H1N1 flu spreads from person to person around the world, it is most commonly spread through coughing and sneezing, but it can also contaminate people who touch something containing the virus and then touch their mouth or nose. warned the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Now many people use their elbows to press the elevator buttons and avoid handshakes, kisses or hugs and disinfect everything. In the US alone, sales of alcohol-based hand sanitizers are up on a weekly basis, says the Journal.
There is no other… let’s protect ourselves.
Source: United Press International