Surface contact points in daily life - try not to touch direct

An indicative list of surface contact points in daily life:

1. Morning milk bag
2. Elevator button
3. Door bells
4. Newspapers
5. Car doors
6. Garbage collectors, housekeeping staff (their ingress into housing society, movement from house to house)
7. Raw vegetable/ fruits
8. Shop counters
9. Office pantry, lunchroom, washroom, door handles.
10. Garden seats
11. Play area swings, etc.
12. Maids/servants touching multiple surfaces at home
13. All door knobs
14. Packets of Delivery boys - Amazon, Swiggy, etc.
15. Any shopping packets
16. notes/ coins
17. Taxi, Auto
18. Bus/ train handles
19. Shoes, etc.
20. Travelling by air - multiple points from departing to arrival terminal.

India has likely hit the exponential upward part of the contagion, the precautions in the next 2- 4 weeks are very important. more  

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A Team of 150 Train travelled fr Del to Hyd etc. 11 are Positive.. Rest to be found and Checked . It's a Religious Summit BUT TV DID NOT NOTIFY . more  
While govt is taking all measures to curtail spread of the virus, are we serious about it? I have seen places where people continue to get in large group as they have no other place to go. This kind of behaviour is frightening.

I think every one should their part of duty to prevent spread of virus and keep everyone safe. more  
Scary..... This unknown evil has sent everyone's life topsy, turvy. The deserted roads, empty transport vehicles, absence of any kind of gatherings makes one feel, `are we over-reacting?' But then, prevention is always better than cure (if at all there's any cure, of course...) more  
Excellent compilation more  
Thank you - this is a well prepared list more  
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