As COVID-19 keeps many of us from travelling overseas, a lot of people are choosing to spend their extra cash by purchasing record amounts of clothing and technology, among other imported items.
It's an age-old question – is hot water on its own enough to kill germs and bacteria? In a time where COVID-19 is prevalent across the globe, it’s never been so important that we wash and clean our hands thoroughly so that we reduce the spread of the virus. But, is hot water enough for hand washing, and to get rid of potential germs and bacteria?
While COVID-19 shows no signs of slowing down, there are some simple things that can be done to help reduce the spread. As detailed by The World Health Organisation (WHO), studies of influenza, influenza-like illnesses, and human coronaviruses (not including COVID-19) have shown that the use of a medical mask can help to prevent the spread of infectious droplets from an infected person to...
As COVID-19 has rapidly spread throughout the world, questions have been raised around just how the virus is spread. While it is common knowledge that people can catch COVID-19 from others who have the virus (person-to-person transmission), what about surfaces that these people have come into contact with? Can COVID-19 be spread that way too?