HOW IS THE CORONA VIRUS TRANSMITTED?
The corona pathogen SARS-CoV-2 is primarily transmitted via droplet infection. It is spread in the air when a person coughs or sneezes. In extreme cases, a person can also become infected with the pathogen when breathing in. Take protective measures and equip yourself with our acrylic protective walls
Since the viruses of the corona pathogen remain on surfaces, indirect transmission is also possible. People touch many objects such as door handles, mobile phones, touch screens or chair backs in their everyday lives. By coughing or sneezing into the palms of their hands, they transfer viruses to surfaces and thus reach healthy people. Our forearm door openers
help you to avoid indirect infection.
Smear infection is another possibility for the further spread of viral diseases, but it has not been finally clarified whether the corona pathogen spreads via a smear infection. Examples of this can be dirty hands or if the pathogen enters the body directly via the mucous membranes of the eyes, throat and nose or the upper airway. Therefore, one of the most important measures is to wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with cleaning agents
such as soap.