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According to Dr. Nasseri, gently rinsing and cleaning your nose can reduce someone's exposure to viruses and bacteria. He suggests using an isotonic saline rinse in the front of your nose. He says even just a small amount of solution can give the nose an adequate cleaning, noting that a mist of saline can reduce someone's exposure to pathogens and viruses.
- Consider this isotonic saline solution, which says it will not burn or sting, is pH balanced, and comes in a variety of sizes.
Get more COVID safety suggestions from the anesthesiologist and the ENT in the video above, including tips on how to make travel during COVID safer.
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