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Do you know?

Turn on the water and get your hands wet before lather up with soap. Clean, running water is more important than temperature.

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Rub your hands together to lather up the soap. Clean every surface from between your fingers and under your nails to your palms and back of your hands.

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Scrub between your fingers, under your nails, all over your thumbs and up your wrists. There are germs all over your hands, not just on your palms and fingertips.

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Damp hands spread 1,000 times more bacteria than dry hands! Dry your hands thoroughly with paper towel after washing.

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Scrub for at least 20 seconds when washing hands. It’s about the time to sing or hum “Happy Birthday” twice.

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Be mindful that...

Your phone is a breeding ground for germs and it's dirtier than a toilet seat. Make it a habit to disinfect your phone regularly!

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Some pathogens can last for about nine days on surfaces, so we are constantly coming in contact with potential pathogens that can cause an infection.

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Keep a bottle of sanitizer available at each of your home's entrances AND car. for use after touching contaminated objects when you can't immediately wash your hands.

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Germs can stick around on a surface for days! Make it a habit to regularly disinfect the door knob, light switch, remote control at home

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Your hands are only clean until the next surface you touch. Come up with other strategies to keep them otherwise occupied instead of touching your face.

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Heard about this?

People touch their faces more than 20 times an hour on average. About 44 percent of the time, it involves contact with the eyes, nose, or mouth.

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If no tissue is available, you should aim into your elbow, not your hand. Otherwise it creates an opportunity for virus to contaminate other objects you touch.

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The current scientific consensus is that this virus can be spread within 2 meters (6 feet) if somebody coughs. Otherwise, the droplets fall to the ground and don’t infect you.

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Wash your hands before putting the mask on, secure the mask over the nose and mouth with no gaps and avoiding touching the front of the mask.

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Wash your hands before putting the mask on, secure the mask over the nose and mouth with no gaps and avoiding touching the front of the mask.

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