You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

15 Seemingly Innocuous Habits That Put You at Risk of Getting Coronavirus

Best Life Logo By Alex Daniel of Best Life | Slide 1 of 16: So much about daily life has changed across the globe as we work to tamp down the spread of COVID-19, from spending almost all our time at home to getting far more familiar with hand sanitizer than we ever imagined. But one of the biggest changes to how we go about our lives is the way we now have to think about our habits. Little behaviors we practically forgot we even did have now taken on much greater importance—and risk—as we have become aware of how easily the coronavirus spreads, and how the smallest actions can facilitate our exposure. With that in mind, here are 15 seemingly innocuous habits that may increase your risk of catching COVID-19. And for more habits to ditch, avoid these 7 Bad Habits Experts Say Are Even Worse in the Age of Coronavirus.

15 Seemingly Innocuous Habits That Put You at Risk of Getting Coronavirus

So much about daily life has changed across the globe as we work to tamp down the spread of COVID-19, from spending almost all our time at home to getting far more familiar with hand sanitizer than we ever imagined. But one of the biggest changes to how we go about our lives is the way we now have to think about our habits. Little behaviors we practically forgot we even did have now taken on much greater importance—and risk—as we have become aware of how easily the coronavirus spreads, and how the smallest actions can facilitate our exposure. With that in mind, here are 15 seemingly innocuous habits that may increase your risk of catching COVID-19. And for more habits to ditch, avoid these 7 Bad Habits Experts Say Are Even Worse in the Age of Coronavirus.

© Provided by Best Life

More From Best Life

image beaconimage beaconimage beacon