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WHO | SARS: breaking the chains of transmission
Log in. The main thing is to break that chain of infection, and so, in the example that I just gave, what you want to do is, you want to make sure that when you touch something, before somebody else touches it, it gets disinfected. Or when you touch somebody as a patient, before you touch the next patient, make sure you wash your hands. These processes are now called breaking the chain of infection, but it all stems from that whole chain of infection. The key thing is to break that chain.
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