After Trump’s tweet … challenge the new Corona virus: “Don’t touch your face”

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Medical advice is actually a simple virus prevention strategy

With the emergence of the new Corona virus around the world, the question arises: Can anyone touch his face, eyes, or nose to prevent the disease? Where the first advice that doctors and health workers give people when a specific disease is spreading is to “Do not touch your face, eyes, or nose”.

During a meeting with airline directors on the new Corona virus crisis, last Wednesday, US President Donald Trump said: “I haven’t touched my face for weeks … I miss it.”

The next day, Sarah Cody, a public health official in Santa Clara County, California, appeared licking her finger as she advised people to follow strict hygiene measures to protect themselves from infection with the Coronavirus.

According to a report published on Saturday, “Sky News”, Sarah Cody licked her finger for use in turning a page, while she was providing instructions to raise awareness of the dangers of the “Covid 19” virus. “.

The video clip of Sarah Cody has been seen doing this more than 6 million times, and critics have said that the health official fell into an embarrassing situation because she is required to be the first to personify medical guidelines in practice.

A similar thing happened with Trump after saying that he had not touched his face for a week, as Twitter users were quick to browse various websites and found recent photos of the US President touching all over his face.

According to the site, “The Hill”, Sarah is not the only one responsible for the error, because other officials touched their faces while they were instructing the general public not to do so.

This medical advice is actually a simple prevention strategy, because the virus can live for at least 9 hours, and possibly days, on hard surfaces.

There is no doubt that many of us have become aware of feelings of discomfort with such advice, as not touching the face is like the game, where one loses it by just thinking about it. Once someone asks you not to touch your face, you will not be able to do that or do any Another thing except trying to or resisting trying to touch the face, even at the risk of falling victim to the new Corona virus.

Even if you are alone in the house, work or car, the first thing that comes to mind is that you should not touch your face, but at some point, maybe an oversight or a compulsion you find yourself forced to do so, as if everything in the world is pushing you to touch your face.

Advice necessarily, depending on experience, practice, and perhaps habit, evokes a psycho-physical desire that requires scratching the nose, ear, eyebrow or eye, and in short, touching the face, it becomes an instinctive need.

And it takes a willpower perhaps to implement the doctor’s advice, and sometimes this strength is not enough to prevent you from touching your face, but perhaps with continuous and continuous training and by using the appropriate tools this difficult result can be reached.

To demonstrate the difficulty in implementing this advice, it spread on Friday morning, with the tag “New Corona Virus Challenge” on Twitter, especially after Santa Clara Health Officer video Sarah Cody.
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After Trump’s tweet … challenge the new Corona virus: “Don’t touch your face”

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With the emergence of the new Corona virus around the world, the question arises: Can anyone touch his face, eyes, or nose to prevent the disease? Where the first advice that doctors and health workers give people when a specific disease is spreading is to “Do not touch your face, eyes, or nose”.

During a meeting with airline directors on the new Corona virus crisis, last Wednesday, US President Donald Trump said: “I haven’t touched my face for weeks … I miss it.”

The next day, Sarah Cody, a public health official in Santa Clara County, California, appeared licking her finger as she advised people to follow strict hygiene measures to protect themselves from infection with the Coronavirus.

According to a report published on Saturday, “Sky News”, Sarah Cody licked her finger for use in turning a page, while she was providing instructions to raise awareness of the dangers of the “Covid 19” virus. “.

The video clip of Sarah Cody has been seen doing this more than 6 million times, and critics have said that the health official fell into an embarrassing situation because she is required to be the first to personify medical guidelines in practice.

A similar thing happened with Trump after saying that he had not touched his face for a week, as Twitter users were quick to browse various websites and found recent photos of the US President touching all over his face.

According to the site, “The Hill”, Sarah is not the only one responsible for the error, because other officials touched their faces while they were instructing the general public not to do so.

This medical advice is actually a simple prevention strategy, because the virus can live for at least 9 hours, and possibly days, on hard surfaces.

There is no doubt that many of us have become aware of feelings of discomfort with such advice, as not touching the face is like the game, where one loses it by just thinking about it. Once someone asks you not to touch your face, you will not be able to do that or do any Another thing except trying to or resisting trying to touch the face, even at the risk of falling victim to the new Corona virus.

Even if you are alone in the house, work or car, the first thing that comes to mind is that you should not touch your face, but at some point, maybe an oversight or a compulsion you find yourself forced to do so, as if everything in the world is pushing you to touch your face.

Advice necessarily, depending on experience, practice, and perhaps habit, evokes a psycho-physical desire that requires scratching the nose, ear, eyebrow or eye, and in short, touching the face, it becomes an instinctive need.

And it takes a willpower perhaps to implement the doctor’s advice, and sometimes this strength is not enough to prevent you from touching your face, but perhaps with continuous and continuous training and by using the appropriate tools this difficult result can be reached.

To demonstrate the difficulty in implementing this advice, it spread on Friday morning, with the tag “New Corona Virus Challenge” on Twitter, especially after Santa Clara Health Officer video Sarah Cody.

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Medical advice is actually a simple virus prevention strategy

With the emergence of the new Corona virus around the world, the question arises: Can anyone touch his face, eyes, or nose to prevent the disease? Where the first advice that doctors and health workers give people when a specific disease is spreading is to “Do not touch your face, eyes, or nose”.

During a meeting with airline directors on the new Corona virus crisis, last Wednesday, US President Donald Trump said: “I haven’t touched my face for weeks … I miss it.”

The next day, Sarah Cody, a public health official in Santa Clara County, California, appeared licking her finger as she advised people to follow strict hygiene measures to protect themselves from infection with the Coronavirus.

According to a report published on Saturday, “Sky News”, Sarah Cody licked her finger for use in turning a page, while she was providing instructions to raise awareness of the dangers of “Covid 19”, then she said: “Try not to touch the face because the most prominent way to transmit the virus is by touching the mouth, nose and eye.” “.

The video clip of Sarah Cody has been seen doing this more than 6 million times, and critics said the health official fell into an embarrassing situation because she is required to be the first to personify medical guidelines in practice.

A similar thing happened with Trump after saying that he had not touched his face in a week. Twitter users were quick to browse the various sites and found recent photos of the US President touching all over his face.

According to the site, “The Hill”, Sarah is not the only one responsible for the error, because other officials touched their faces while they were instructing the general public not to do so.

This medical advice is actually a simple prevention strategy, because the virus can live for at least 9 hours, and possibly days, on hard surfaces.

There is no doubt that many of us have become aware of feelings of discomfort with such advice, as not touching the face is like the game, where one loses it by just thinking about it. Once someone asks you not to touch your face, you will not be able to do that or do any Another thing except trying to or resisting trying to touch the face, even at the risk of falling victim to the new Corona virus.

Even if you are alone in the house, work or car, the first thing that comes to mind is that you should not touch your face, but at some point, maybe an oversight or a compulsion you find yourself forced to do so, as if everything in the world is pushing you to touch your face.

Advice necessarily, according to experience, practice, and perhaps habit, evokes a psycho-physical desire that requires scratching the nose, ear, eyebrow or eye, and in short, touching the face, it becomes an instinctive need.

And it takes a willpower perhaps to implement the doctor’s advice, and sometimes this strength is not enough to prevent you from touching your face, but perhaps with continuous and continuous training and by using the appropriate tools this difficult result can be reached.

To demonstrate the difficulty of implementing this advice, it spread on Friday morning, with the tag “New Corona Virus Challenge” on Twitter, especially after the Santa Clara Health Officer video, Sarah Cody.





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