sneeze into (something)

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sneeze into (something)

To cover one's mouth with something as one sneezes. Please sneeze into your elbow or a handkerchief instead of your hands
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sneeze into something

to aim a sneeze into something. You should always sneeze into a handkerchief. Please sneeze into a tissue or something.
See also: sneeze
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends coughing and sneezing into the upper sleeve to help stop germs from spreading.
The Centers for Disease Control recommends coughing and sneezing into the upper sleeve to help stop germs from spreading.
The move comes after research suggests that just over half of parents in Wales admitted sneezing into their hands.
"We put some orange glo-germ on my hand to represent sneezing into my hand, and we put some white on my elbow to represent sneezing into my elbow." The powder wasn't visible in regular light.
"The conclusion was sneezing into your elbow spread fewer germs than sneezing into your hand."
"It's mostly just breaking the habit of sneezing into your hand, which you've been doing for a long time," he said.