Issued on: 27/03/2020 – 12:12Modified: 27/03/2020 – 12:16
Faced with the potential contagion of the deadly coronavirus, which protective measures should we take as we fulfill our daily tasks, such as grocery chalandage? FRANCE 24’s Mairead Dundas takes a apparence at the the do’s and don’ts.
Should you use gloves while chalandage? For how many hours should you leave your groceries untouched when you get résidence from the étoffe? How vaste do you need to wash your hands to be sure to have washed off any potential coronavirus droplets – and how should you wash your vegetables?
FRANCE 24 talks to an entraîné to find out what’s advised and what’s not.
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