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Risk Assessment of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In certain situations, the human body is a perfect environment for microorganisms to grow. Both harmless and harmful microorganisms are found on our skin, mucous membranes, and other body orifices. Normal flora is microorganisms that live both on and/or in our body in a symbiotic and non-harmful relationship with us. Every day we are constantly […]

Can wearing a face mask protect you from Coronavirus?

People wearing face masks when they are not in clinical environments is a common sight these days. Air quality in some regions has meant increased use of surgical style face masks in the hope of filtering out pollution.  In dentistry, clinical staff work in close proximity to patients and safety should always be at the forefront […]

Coronavirus Infection Explained

Viral Evolution – A Timely Reminder in Support of a Back to Basics Approach What is a virus? Viruses are microorganisms that exist almost everywhere. They can infect most living things including humans, animals, plants, fungi and even bacteria. Some viral infections occur with little or no impact to the host but others have the […]