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08/16/2019 / By Melissa Smith
Airplane cabins are blanketed with germs, so it’s easy to catch a disease if you don’t take extra measures to protect yourself. The odds of travelers carrying the flu on an airplane are especially high during flu season. Your risk of catching the flu is higher still in airplanes because you are in tight quarters sharing air with other passengers that could be sick.
It is very likely that bacteria are lurking on the seat back pocket, armrests, tray tables, the window shades, and lavatories. Researchers at Auburn University, in Alabama, investigated where bacteria could live long enough to cause disease in airplane passengers. They found that bacteria live in the seat pockets for eight days, rubber armrest and leather seat for a week, plastic window shade and tray table for three days, and steel toilet handle for two days. (Related: Airplane trays, seats and blankets are covered in fecal matter and bacteria, research shows.)
Here are some things you can do to protect yourself from airplane cooties.
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Prevention is always better than cure, so the next time you’re traveling by air, remember to follow these prevention tips.
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