Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology have discovered that sneezing germs can travel up to eight metres.
Scientists have prepared a slow-motion video of Sneezing which shows how far a sneeze germ can travel.
In the video, fluids that come out from a person’s nose and mouth have been shown.
These fluids can spread diseases such as measles and SARS to others, who is in contact of affected person.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have recommend affected people to wrap their mouth and nose with a tissue during cough or sneeze. That will prevent germs from spreading.