Getting together in large crowds, whether it’s to enjoy an event with family and friends or to partake in a social gathering, can be a joyous occasion. However, it is these large crowds that also come with a serious health risk in terms of the spread of disease and infection.
Crowded places have a higher risk of infection, particularly those related to coughs, colds, flu and diarrhoeal infections. By understanding how infectious everyday diseases spread, you will help to protect you and your family from getting sick and also help to decrease the probability that you could spread infections to others around you.
This is especially relevant while traveling or gathering in large crowds such as religious assemblies, sports events, concerts, political rallies or social life.
Lifebuoy, the germ protection soap manufacturer, keeps you updated regarding high risk periods throughout the year. The following tips will empower you to enjoy the occasion while still taking steps to protect your health and the health of others.