Experience with SARS and MERS suggest that people are not infected with the virus through food. There is no evidence - As of Now (Feb 5/2020) - of this happening with the 2019 Coronavirus. Coronaviruses need a host (animal or human) to grow in and cannot grow in food.
Coronaviruses are most commonly passed between animals and people and from person to person. The source of the 2019 virus is believed to be animals, but the exact source is not yet known.
Human coronaviruses are most commonly spread between an infected person and others via:
1.the air (from viral particles from a cough or sneeze);
2.close personal contact (touching or shaking hands);
3.an object or surface with viral particles on it (then touching your mouth, nose or eyes before washing your hands);
4. and rarely from fecal contamination.
|Journal Topics||Diseases Causes , Healthcare Pandemic|
|Medical Diseases||Cold & Flu, Health & Living, Travel Health|
|Medical Professionals||General Medicine Professionals (GMP)|
Your eyes are an important part of your health.
Most people rely on their Eyes to see and make sense of the world around them. But some Eye Diseases can lead to vision loss, so it is important to identify and treat eye diseases as early as possible.
You should get your eyes checked (by an Eye Doctor) as often as your health care provider recommends it, or if you have any new vision problems. And just as it is important to keep your body healthy, you also need to keep your eyes healthy.
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