Most commonly MRSA is transmitted between individuals by direct contact. Therefore, hand washing between the care of residents is the most effective means to prevent the spread of this bacteria.
Airborne spread is rare.
It commonly spreads by hands.And spread by air is very rare.
MRSA can be transmitted through contaminated items. Cover all wounds with a clean bandage, and avoid contact with other people's soiled bandages
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As i mentioned in my previous post that MRSA most commonly spreads by Hands.
Also it rarely spread by the air .
So it is up to you.. If you can , then avoid . But for some time you can bring in contact.Note that is is never 100 percent safe
Ideally speaking MRSA should be isolated.
So keep your Kids away from MRSA sufferer.
I mean to say if a person has diagnosed with MRSA , he should be isolated.