Study Reveals The Shocking Way How COVID-19 Can Travel Through Your Toilet

8From home deliveries

While home deliveries are generally less risky you cannot deny the fact that the risk of contamination is still possible on the surface of the food packages or perhaps the delivery driver. It is advisable to wipe over surfaces with simple diluted bleach as this inactivates the virus within seconds.

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From home deliveries

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9From your cell phone

Despite wearing gloves while using public transport or while shopping, or when you are at work, if you touch your phone you can transfer the virus particles from your gloves onto the surface of your phone. It has been advised to not use your phones too much while out in public. But if it is necessary then make sure you wipe it with some disinfectant whenever you can. The virus from the surface of your phone can be transferred to your hands when you hold your phone or to your face while talking over a call.

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10From shared computers at your office or workplace

If working from home is not an option in your company or you are an “essential” worker and you have to share a computer or other equipment, be sure to wipe it down with disinfectant before using it. There are chances that a person, who may have the virus but is asymptomatic, may have used it before you in which case the virus may be present on the surface of the equipment.

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From shared computers at your office or workplace

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11From restaurant take-out

Due to the ongoing pandemic, restaurants have been forced to mainly offer take-outs and implement the best hygienic food preparation practices to ensure that there is no risk of infection. But there is still a risk from the packaging surfaces.

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From restaurant take-out

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