New evidence: Most common place to contract COVID-19 is at home 


Dr. Evans said that the virus is spread through respiratory droplets, which are released when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks. He noted that these droplets can travel up to two metres and can remain in the air for several minutes. He also said that the virus can be transmitted through contact with surfaces, such as door handles and other objects.

To reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19, Dr. Evans recommends washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoiding touching your face, maintaining physical distancing of at least two metres from others and wearing a face covering when in public spaces. He also suggests staying home if you are feeling unwell and getting tested if you have any symptoms of COVID-19.

“We need to continue to be vigilant about our own personal hygiene practices and those of our family members,†he said. “We must all do our part to help prevent the spread of this virus in our community.â€

He said that the virus is spread through close contact, and that it is important to keep your distance from others, even if they are family members. He also noted that it is important to practice good hygiene, such as washing your hands regularly and avoiding touching your face. Additionally, he suggested wearing a mask when in public or around other people. Finally, Evans stressed the importance of staying informed about the latest developments regarding COVID-19 so that you can make informed decisions about how to protect yourself and those around you.


Yes, that is a valid description of a household.

The close quarters, shared living spaces, and communal dining areas make it easy for the virus to spread quickly. Additionally, many of these facilities have limited access to medical care and resources, making it difficult to contain the virus once it has been introduced.

“We have not seen any evidence that people who are immunocompromised, such as those with HIV, are at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19,” he said. “This is a very encouraging finding.”


Correct. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is known to affect older people more severely than younger people, while the opposite is true for influenza.

He emphasized that it is still important to wear a mask, practice social distancing, and wash your hands frequently when in public.

He is referring to the Japanese government’s three Cs guidelines for avoiding the spread of COVID-19: closed spaces, crowded places, and close contact.

“We had to do a lot of work to reassure the public that hospitals are actually one of the safest places to be,” he said. “We have very strict protocols in place for screening and testing patients, and we have implemented additional safety measures such as physical distancing, wearing masks, and frequent cleaning.”

“We have had some health-care workers who have tested positive for COVID-19, but they were not exposed in the hospital,” he said. “They were exposed in the community.”

Evans said the hospital has implemented a number of safety protocols to protect patients and staff, including screening all visitors and employees for symptoms of COVID-19, requiring face masks for all visitors and staff, and limiting visitors to one per patient. The hospital also has implemented enhanced cleaning protocols throughout the facility.

Evans also noted that the community has been very proactive in following public health guidelines, such as physical distancing and wearing masks. He said this has helped to keep the number of cases low in the area.

“We are in a situation where we have to be flexible and adaptable,” he said. “We need to be able to adjust our strategies as new information comes out. We can’t just stick with one plan and expect it to work forever. We need to be willing to change and adjust as needed.”

He added that it is important to remember that the mask is not a substitute for social distancing and good hygiene.

This statement emphasizes the importance of wearing cloth masks to protect both ourselves and those around us. It also highlights the need for people to be considerate of others and not be driven by ideological thinking.

“We have to be careful about the sources we use,” she said. “We have to be sure that we are getting our information from reliable sources and not just from people who are trying to push their own agenda.”


This statement reflects the importance of journalists in providing reliable and accurate information to the public. Journalists are responsible for verifying facts, researching stories, and presenting information in an unbiased manner. By acting as a filter, they ensure that readers receive only the most trustworthy information available.

The best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice social distancing, wear a face mask when in public, wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your face, cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily, and stay home if you are feeling sick.

Article retrieved from The Kingston Whig Standard on 2020 Jun 4, archived at

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