Jessica Flores, USA TODAY Published 9:51 p.m. ET Aug. 13, 2020 | Updated 2:16 p.m. ET Aug. 14, 2020CLOSE When people ask how to protect themselves against the spread of COVID-19, one of the first suggestions from doctors is washing your hands. Here are the do’s and don’ts. USA TODAYA sample of frozen chicken wings transported from Brazil to China tested positive for COVID-19, Chinese officials announced Thursday.But there is no evidence that shows the coronavirus can be transmitted by eating or handling food, according to health experts.Health officials in the Shenzhen Longgang District inspected imported frozen food Wednesday when a surface sample of frozen chicken wings tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a statement released by the Shenzhen Epidemic Prevention and Control Headquarters Office.The agency then tested other products and people who may have been in contact with the chicken wings. All tests came back negative, the statement said. Outback Steakhouse, IHOP, Denny’s and more: 6 national restaurant chains in deepest trouble amid COVID-19While many took to Twitter to express their disappointment, current evidence shows that coronaviruses, like COVID-19, are mainly spread through person-to-person contact, according to guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”There is no evidence to suggest that handling food or consuming


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