Be a hero, be like Carrie.
In the video, our ‘lead character’ has a drip attached to his nose, set to leak at the same rate as a usual runny nose. The liquid leaked is invisible to the naked eye, but detectable to UV light. His mission? Infect as many of the unwary guests as possible, without doing anything people don’t usually do at a dinner party. The result: overwhelming success.
Though the Coronavirus spreads even faster than the fake version of a cold this Mythbusters video tested, it proves two crucial points. Firstly: being a germaphobe pays off. And secondly: social distancing is crucial if you want to reduce your infection risk.
Both points appear to be resonating with people. Even though the video was published in 2015, people are watching it today.
In fact the top comment is: “Who else is watching this to find out/learn how easy the Coronavirus could spread?”
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