Coronavirus can be hidden in these corners of the house, OMG
There is a 21-day lock down in India, including the world over, to avoid coronavirus, so that the number of infections does not increase. Although people have to come out to bring home essentials, you know that when you return home from outside, inadvertently bring the virus home with you. Due to some of your mistakes, this virus can be present in many things in your home and also infect you. Let us know in which corners of the house you can come in contact with this virus and you have to follow which protocols to fall before and after coming home.
Towel and handkerchief
Some people often wear gloves when cleaning homes or kitchens. Wear any gloves outside and open the gloves without leaving them clean. In this case, the coronavirus can reach it. Whenever using it, clean it thoroughly in warm water.
You will be leaving for a day or two to bring the essential goods out of the house. If an infected person sneezes or coughs within a meter outside, his virus is present in the air for three hours. When you go to the same place, the virus can also stick in your hair. Now every day you will not have to shampoo the hair. When you sleep at night, this deadly virus can pass on your pillow. In such a situation, the pillow cover may also be unsafe for you. It is better to go outside with a cap or a headscarf, tied with a handkerchief. Keep changing the pillow cover every two-three days.
Door Mats, Carpets
Doormats placed on the doors of the house, coronavirus can also reach the carpet in the hall, that too through you. When you come home from outside, viruses and bacteria can enter your house through your shoes. Whatever items you bring, without cleaning them on carpets, mats, etc., Coronavirus can easily become a threat to you by reaching here.
Remote control, mobile
When you touch the TV, such remote without washing your hands with soap or touch mobile, laptop, etc., then you increase your risk. Such gadgets are the best places to hide bacteria and viruses. Thoroughly clean these things every day with a sanitizer.