Not Touching Face anywhere

Based on research & study, the hardest self-protective measure to follow is, to avoid touching the face.

A study observed medical students in the year 2015, at the University of New South Wales. The results enlightened the fact that each student touched the face minimum 23 times per hour on average.

It is highly important to avoid bare hand contact with the face as the germs easily enter the body through eyes, nose and mouth. The tainted hands spread the virus easily by rubbing eyes and touching face anywhere especially nose and mouth.