Several medical officials across the world have warned people to avoid touching their face as a key way to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Often when issuing the warning, they’ve gone on to – you guessed it – put their hands on their face.
But why do we touch our faces in the first place? And is it that easy to just stop doing it all of a sudden?
We spoke to psychologist Natasha Tiwari.
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