Following the spread of the coronavirus, the new virus, or COVID-19, the Department of Communicable Diseases (CDC), explained that COVID-19 is transmitted through droplets that come out through the cough or sneeze. In the air.



According to the CDC's Facebook page, March 14, 2020, "a new type of coronavirus, or COVID-19, is transmitted through droplets that come out through the cough or sneeze, not in the air. The tiny droplets of the patient reach where the virus is, and scientists have found that the distance between three and three feet in diameter is 90 cm. .

Therefore, if more than one meter away from the patient, the droplets will escape. The CDC states that when a person coughs or sneezes, he or she causes clutter on surfaces, such as on a table on a wall. And the hand behind the nose, the nose, the nostrils, the door handle, the wall, the receipt you touch the surface, cause contact with the face and nose.

In addition, the CDC says that scientists find that 60 times a day, people are exposed to the sun, so patients need to wear a mask to avoid splinters. With alcohol, gel, etc.; For those who do not need to wear a mask, wear a mask when necessary, such as a patient and doctor's gathering place, and immediately pack it in the bin.

Recall that as of March 14, 2020, Cambodia had identified COVID-19 cases: 1st: Chinese male from Wuhan (Healing), 2nd: Cambodian male 38 years old. Year in Siem Reap, 3- A 65-year-old British woman on the Viking Cruise Journey in Kampong Cham Province, a 73-year-old British man on the Viking Cruise Journey in Kampong Cham, 5th 69 year old British ANNUAL Viking Ship Passenger Cruise Journey in Kampong Cham, 6 – 49-year-old Canadian man in Phnom Penh and 7. A man in Belgium, 33 in Phnom Penh.

The new coronavirus, or COVID-19, is spread through droplets that come out through the cough or sneeze (not airborne). Keep in mind that droplets are where the virus is going to go. ”Scientists have found that the distance between three and three feet in diameter is 90 meters. Cm. Therefore, we are less than one meter away from the droplets. When a person coughs or sneezes, he or she snaps to other surfaces, such as the walls of a recipe. Etc. And his hands behind the nose, the nose, the nose, the touch of the door, the walls, the walls, the receipts that you touch the surfaces, causing them to touch the face and nose. Scientists have found that an average of 60 times a person touches his face in a day. Therefore, the patient must wear a mask so that they do not come out and both the sick person and you must wash your hands with a gel alcohol shampoo. For those of you who do not need to wear a mask, we wear a mask when necessary, such as a patient and physician's gathering place, and then throw the mask in the bin immediately after use. Contact # 115

Posted by CDC Epidemiology Department On Friday 13 March 2020