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If you’re near someone who’s sick, close your mouth. Germs travel through the air. In fact, they can fly as far as 30 feet. So if you’re forced to sit near someone who’s coughing, wheezing, or sneezing, it’s better to breathe through your nose than your mouth. That’s because tiny nose hairs act as filters to keep out the germs.