There are six things that you can do to stop spreading germs right now. The pictorial infographic is shown on the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) website. Part 1 dealt with social distancing from those who appear to be sick in public. Part 2 now deals with you.
“Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.”
You may not have coronavirus (Covid-19), but you may have allergies, a cold, or the flu since the weather is fluctuating from day to day. If you have to cough or sneeze in public, then use a tissue. If you do not have a tissue, then sneeze or cough into the fold of your arm as if you are doing the dab. “Look at my dab, look at my dab!”
The goal is to keep snot out of atmosphere. You would think this step is common sense, but one out of 20 people voluntarily choose not to cover up whenever they cough in public. There’s always someone out there that looks to give whatever they sickness they have to you out of spite, selfishness, and pride.