It is very hard to control the airborne diseases. As they transmit through the air, you need to remain very careful to prevent the spread of infectious pathogens. Even regular activities like laughing, talking, sneezing etc. can spread the disease in the surrounding environment. The following is an in-depth infographic from Antibacteria Facemask. It includes the effects, and symptoms and preventive measures for the most common airborne diseases.
According to the infographic, the average adult, inhales and exhales about 7 or 8 liters of air per minute and in total 11,000 liters per day. The infographic describes the effects and symptoms of whooping cough (pertussis), meningitis, diphtheria, pneumonia, tuberculosis, chickenpox, influenza, measles, SARS, aspergillosis and cryptococcosis. What is more, this infographic explores how airborne diseases spread and tips how to prevent.
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