A man uses his mobile phone. Various scientific studies have found that smartphones contain more germs than toilet seats. And are often held up to eyes, noses and lips – key points for the coronavirus to enter the body. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: cleaning your phone more effective than wearing a face mask. Here’s how to do it

  • Singapore’s health ministry said there is no evidence the coronavirus is airborne, and that face masks are not the most effective protection
  • Smartphones are among the dirtiest items people own, and are often held up to users’ eyes, noses and lips – key points for coronavirus infection
Topic |   Coronavirus outbreak
A man uses his mobile phone. Various scientific studies have found that smartphones contain more germs than toilet seats. And are often held up to eyes, noses and lips – key points for the coronavirus to enter the body. Photo: EPA-EFE
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