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Coronavirus, how to clean your smartphone and tablet. And not take risks
How MANY times a day we touch the smartphone? Studies, in recent years, you have accumulated. According to one of the 2016 signed by Dscout about 2,600 times per day, for another of Deloitte we check it 58 times a day, with its corollary of thousands of touches for each session in which we hold it in hand. Without surprise, several other investigations - one of the most significant is the 2015, signed by the university of Southern California - have explained to us how the devices are seven times more dirty water: if the bowl of the toilet contained about three different kinds of bacteria and fungal species, the cell phones analyzed have, on average, by ten to 12 types of bacteria and fungi. And so on.

The infection by coronaviruses through the surfaces is not at all one of the main channels of dissemination, have reiterated in these days experts of a variety of sources, and national health authorities. The virus is spread, in fact, mainly through contact with droplets from the breath of infected people, for example when sneezing, coughing or blowing the nose. Nevertheless, according to official information of the ministry of Health, preliminary studies suggest that the virus may survive some hours on surfaces, while losing a good part of the viral load.
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