This is the correct way to sneeze
“Over the past decade or so, schools and day-care centers around the country have gradually adopted the technique as a way to ward off colds, flu, whooping cough and other easily transmitted bugs. It’s been replacing the traditional cover-your-mouth-with-your-hands-or-a-tissue approach that has long been considered the polite and most sanitary technique.
The reasons are fairly obvious “” when you use your hands to block a cough or sneeze, the germs stay here. And your hands can then spread the germs to doorknobs, desks, chairs and anything else you touch.”