Coronavirus originated from China is not taking the name of preventing. Many cases have also been reported in India so far. In such a situation, if you want to protect your phone and gadgets from the attack of Coronavirus, then these steps must be taken.
Keep your gadgets safe from coronavirus
Corona has been declared an International Health Emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO). Many cases of coronavirus have been reported so far in India. Everyone uses phones, laptops or other gadgets. In such a situation, if they want to avoid the attack of Coronavirus, then these steps must be taken. This will keep you safe and your partner too.
- Keep mobile and handkerchief in different pockets
Do not keep your mobile and handkerchiefs in one pocket. This can cause infection to spread. Experts say that if any person is sneezing or coughing, they should not keep a handkerchief tissue with them.
- Must keep sanitizer
Do not use public computers or use gloves in cyber cafes. Experts say that keep a sanitizer with you.
- Clean the phone with water
If your phone is IP68 waterproof, clean it with water or use a hand sanitizer.
- Clean the laptop too
To clean the laptop, take a hand sanitizer and clean it thoroughly with tissue paper. Use only after this.
- Use earphones
Calls with earphones reduce the risk of infection spreading to the face. The advice would be to reduce phone usage.
- Clean earphones with sanitizer
Don’t forget to clean the earphones. Hand sanitizer can also be used for this. Do not share them with anyone else.
- Do not use cleaning liquid
Do not use cleaning liquid for cleaning gadgets kept at home or in the office. This makes the color go away.
- Clean gadgets daily
Until the coronavirus is eradicated, make a habit of cleaning your gadget at least once a day.
- Don’t Touch Others’ Gadgets
Do not touch another phone or laptop. Do not give your gadgets to others. With this, you can avoid the risk of virus.
- Wash hands with soap
Wash your hands with soap or hand wash liquid after using a phone or laptop.