Can using glasses secure against COVID-19? A news research study recommends the response is yes. (WKMG)The research study, out of India, found people who wear glasses are three times less most likely to get the infection due to the fact that theyre less most likely to touch their eyes, WABC-TV reported.The study, performed last summer in Kanpur Dehat, involved 304 patients, ages 10 to 80. Scientist kept in mind that COVID-19 infection through the eyes is extremely rare, but they stated that droplets from the infection can easily go from the eyes to ones nose or mouth, WABC-TV reported.A previous research study conducted in China discovered 5% of those hospitalized with COVID-19 wore glasses, while about 30% of the population wears glasses.Copyright 2021 by WJXT News4Jax – All rights scheduled.
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