Wash your hands to kill bacteria

THERE are some disease-causing organisms (coming from an infected person's saliva, for instance) that thrive and even multiply while they are on objects like phone receivers.

THERE are some disease-causing organisms (coming from an infected person's saliva, for instance) that thrive and even multiply while they are on objects like phone receivers.

But most bacteria die quickly, after one or twohours. Different pathogens, the disease-causing organisms, have different survival times - from a few minutes to days or even months.

This is why it is so important to wash your hands and avoid touching your eyes and mouth. -

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