Wash hair every night before bedtime or after being in public places or on public transport. Beards are particularly troublesome being so close to air venting orifices.
UPDATE: Friday 27-March-2020 About a week ago it struck me that this Virus might possibly be an Air Borne contagion because of the rapid rate of transmission which, to my mind, was not explained by surface transmission or by coughing and sneezing. Every day since, watching the news, my hunch got firmer and firmer because people were becoming infected that apparently had no contact with anyone who is infected. The standard advice has been to avoid people couching and sneezing and wear a mask. My hunch may have been confirmed by an article in todays Australian ABC online news which reports the New South Wales Health Minister (Gladys Berejiklian) stating "the Virus appears to be spreading in new ways, an un-known source. She went on to say it is not safe to be outside walking around, stay home". Sounds to me like she could be referring to an Air Borne Virus. This has not been confirmed by health authorities but they seem to be behind the 8 Ball world wide and it's up to individuals to take matter into their own hands and exercise extreme caution, don't wait for official news.
Most of us are familiar with what happens on a cold day when we go outside, when we exhale our breath forms into a fog-like cloud. That my friends is moisture from our lungs condensing into microscopic water droplets. It's not that much different to coughing or sneezing .... it's still water molecules originating inside our bodies even on a hot day. Virus are small enough to be carried inside them even though you might not see the fog. Knowing this gives heightened credence to my previous advice about hair, clothes and shoes.
The thing with Masks: The ones I've seen and have been using don't seal effectively because there are small gaps around my upper cheek / nose area which I can feel air passing through. Do NOT trust a cheap mask to prevent inhalation of contagion.
It is everyones responsibility to help mitigate the spread of this contagion by religiously trying to practice anti-transmission etiquette. This means YOU, please get on board.
Dwell on this article and mull it over, more minds thinking about this topic the better and better solutions and strategies will come as a result. Help spread this knowledge worldwide. Click the Tweet or Facebook button top of the page and send the advice to anyone you can think of, they should thank you for it.
I wish you all good health and hope this helps you in some meaningful way.
All the best, Chris Kinman