Indirect Infection Research Paper

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Indirect infection transmission is caused when there is no physical contact between humans. Indirect infection is generally spread when someone sneezes or coughs, causing the disease to become airborne. Another way indirect transmission can occur is when a surface becomes contaminated such as a change table or a toy. This is why it's important to ensure your centre is effective in environmental cleaning. The third way an indirect infection can occur is through contact with animals such as mosquitos, rats, mice, dogs, fleas, ticks etc. Germs can be present in their skin, feathers, faeces and saliva. These germs don't always cause disease in animals but can be infectious to humans. For example mosquito bites can cause malaria, elephantitis, yellow

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