How to wash your hands properly.


How to wash your hands properly  The Guardian

Two types of bacteria live on our hands: resident bacteria, which are rarely implicated in infection and are good for the skin, and transient bacteria, which we pick up on our fingertips when we touch surfaces. The latter are the ones we want to remove. You should wash your hands after going to the toilet, or changing a sanitary towel or tampon; after changing a nappy; before preparing food, after handling raw meat; and before eating. It is easy to pick up bacteria and viruses when travelling on public transport, so wash your hands afterwards. You need soap and, ideally, running water, but …

How to wash your hands properly – The Guardian
Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog


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