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Coronavirus less likely to infect glasses wearers, study suggests

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according to the findings of a new study.In a report published earlier this month on the pre-print site medRxiv, researchers said that those who wear glasses at least eight hours during the day are less likely to contract the novel disease because they touch their eyes less frequently than those who do not wear glasses.COVID-19 mainly spreads when a sick person coughs, sneezes, or even talks, with the infectious particles posing a risk to healthy persons should they breathe those infectious particles in (hence the importance of mask-wearing and social distancing measures).

However, the virus can also spread through the membranes protecting your eyes, namely the conjunctiva.Indeed, "touching and rubbing of the eyes with contaminated hands.

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