Are you still coughing and sneezing the way they did during the plague? Into the air, your hands, tissues and handkerchiefs? Then you need to see this video
. You'll learn to cough and sneeze in places that are less likely to spread infections and keep germs alive.
Missouri University Extension’s Community Emergency Management group is promoting good coughing and sneezing techniques to minimize the spread of germs and disease. This five-minute video
by Ben Lounsbury, MD, shows you where to cough and sneeze according to the infection control guidelines put forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.