Why hygiene is so important



Our hands are fantastic instruments.
We use them almost constantly which puts them at particular risk and makes them susceptible to pathogens. For example, viruses can survive on jointly used surfaces such as water taps for up to 72 hours.

According to estimates by the World Health Organisation WHO, before the end of the swine flue epidemic, one third of the world's population could become infected.
Thorough hand washing and, just as important, drying are essential to reduce the risk of infection, especially in public spaces.
Equally indispensable is the cleaning of frequently touched surfaces.

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