Up until very recently, research reports stated that objects like clothing and furniture, wood and others were the likely mediums for transmission of the coronavirus symptoms, and little had been discovered about the possibility of transmitting the virus within rooms.
It has now been proven that carriers of the COVID-19 virus who experience no Coronavirus symptoms still have the power to spread the virus in rooms where they stay.
A new study indicates that even asymptomatic patients can spread the virus around the room they’re in.
Studies have shown that occupants of rooms where asymptomatic people stay also begin to show symptoms of the virus. With this finding, health workers most likely are now more at risk of getting the virus.
Researchers have however disclosed that careful cleaning reduces the risk of contracting the virus. And proper isolation of patients should be taken more seriously. Given this finding, it is important that we take necessary precautions.
Protect yourself and loved ones from Coronavirus Symptoms by
- Practicing physical distancing
- Staying home when you do not have any business staying outside
- Using hand sanitizers
- Monitoring your health
- Wearing face coverings
- covering your coughs and sneezes
- Washing your hands frequently
- Avoiding surfaces with high rate of touch.