The only way to end face-touching is to wear full slap till Covid-19 is over

Did you realise how often you touch your face? I didn’t. Oh my god, I’m doing it right now. You probably are too

15th March, 2020
The only way to end face-touching is to wear full slap till Covid-19 is over
We may be good at washing our hands, but not touching our faces is impossible

I have never, ever been more conscious of my face. It looms, like a beacon, calling out to my hands to touch it. “Don’t touch it,” I whisper to myself, “you’ll get coronavirus.” But in the seconds it has taken me to give myself the warning, I will likely have caressed my own cheeks four dozen times. Somehow, I will have licked all my fingers, shoved my thumbs up my nose and also carefully prodded...

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