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Whatever you do, don't go into work if you're sick.
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Your keyboard? Yeah, it needs a good wipe down ASAP.
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Respiratory viruses can also be spread through droplets. Stand at least 2 metres away from anyone who is coughing or sneezing. That's the distance germ-infected droplets can be propelled in a cough or a sneeze.
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