Thursday, February 25, 2021

They get corona virus many times less


Scientists who continue to work on the corona virus have announced that those who wear glasses are caught 3 times less corona virus.

Scientists continue their intensive research on corona virus. Finally, details were shared about a study involving the risk of people who wear glasses to get corona virus.

According to a study conducted in India, people who wear glasses may be three times less likely to get corona virus.

IT COMES FROM THE BODY

One way the virus can enter the body is if people touch their eyes, nose, or mouth after coming into contact with the virus.

However, researchers in India say that people who wear glasses rub their eyes less, and therefore have less risk of getting Kovid-19.

In a non-peer-reviewed study published on the website MedRxiv, researchers studied 304 people (223 men and 81 women) in a hospital in North India over two weeks last summer. The patients were 10 to 80 years old and all reported symptoms of Kovid.

2 TO 3 TIMES LESS RISKS OF CAPTURE TO THE CORON

19 percent of them said they wore glasses most of the time. The researchers found that the participants touched their face 23 times an hour and their eyes three times an hour.

The researchers found that the risk of getting Covid-19 among those who wear glasses is two to three times lower. In the report, “Touching and rubbing the eyes with contaminated hands can be an important route of infection” statements were included.

Prolonged use of glasses can prevent repeated touching and rubbing of the eyes. Doctors had previously recommended that people wearing contact lenses switch to glasses to prevent the possibility of corona virus passing from their hands to their eyes.



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