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To help control the virus, FC Barcelona announced that their round of 16 second leg match versus Napoli will be played behind closed doors. Image: REUTERS/Nacho Doce
Average number of face touches observed in a 60-minute period. Image: American Journal of Infection Control
Alcohol can disinfect surfaces but it can't kill a virus that has entered your body. Image: WHO

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