In this day and age, it is important that we be aware and use preventive measures to help protect ourselves and avoid getting sick from germs in public places.
Here's an interesting statistic. On average, an adult touches close to 30 objects in just one minute.
In high-traffic areas, most of the objects we touch harbor germs. Objects like doorknobs, light switches, remote controls, and phone receivers are prime locations and surfaces where germs migrate and grow.
In most cases, we can take measures to protect ourselves from getting sick from germs in our homes.
However, what happens if we go shopping at the grocery store or when we go out to dinner?
In order to avoid getting sick from germs in public places, it’s important that we know where germs lie in wait when we roam our communities.
The following list provides you some little known facts on what to look for and how to protect you and your family from getting ill from germs that lurk in places we frequent.
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