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How Do Most Infectious Diseases Spread?
The hands are one of the most frequent transmission routes for many types of infections as they come into direct contact with known portals of entry for pathogens (mouth, nose, conjunctiva of the eyes). Therefore, practicing proper hand hygiene is the easiest way to help reduce infections. Another way that some infections can spread is through the air, which is why it is important to cover your mouth when you sneeze, either with a tissue or by sneezing into your elbow.


Research Study Supports a 30-day Sanitiser Regimen
This study shows that the use of hand sanitisers, such as PURELL® Advanced Instant Hand Sanitiser, can significantly reduce the transfer of germs to the hands, and to commonly touched surfaces within a household. Learn more >>

 

 

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