As a non-profit association, we are aiming to provide software, information and data collection based services to prevent the spread of diseases and pandemics, such as the most recent COVID-19 virus.
Touching a person directly, for example when shaking hands.
Even something minor like a hand shake can already lead to infection, especially when people don't follow adequate sneezing or coughing behavior.
Getting sneezed or coughed on by an contaminated person can rapidly lead to infection.
The virus travels through respiratory droplets, making sneezing and coughing some of the most common causes of infection.
Some animals are transmitters of the virus, that includes pets.
Not only wild animals, but also pets who can leave their homes freely can carry the virus over to their owners by being infected outside.
Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
Cover your mouth & nose
Do not sneeze into your hands
Avoid direct contact - stay at home
Keeping yourself safe, will also keep others safe
Don't meet older family members and friends
Offer grocery shopping to people at risk
Spread awareness through social media
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