Do You Want To Know How To Avoid Germs At The Office Or In Public?
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Here are some steps on how to be extra cautious of germs that could make
you sick in virtually any situation in life, from the workplace to
social events. Read on from step one below for exactly
how to avoid germs.
Take a shower shortly after being around someone who is sick. Use antibacterial
soap if the person was unwell with a contagious condition. There's
no need to do this if you've been around a person sick with
something non-communicable, like cancer, or a migraine.
Avoid using other people's food utensils. Never eat off someone else's plate or
drink their beverage. Don't use his or her utensils, even if it's
someone close to you. Being careful is the best policy.
Carry a pen. When someone offers you a pen to use,
you can use your own clean pen instead.
Use wet wipes as often as needed. Some examples include:
When you pump gas for your car, always use a wet wipe to clean your hands when you
get back in your car. There could be billions of active germs or spores on the
gas pump at the gas station, since they are rarely cleaned.
Always wipe down your steering wheel and gear shift with a wet
wipe every time you get in your car.
Take extra precautions in public bathrooms.
Flush the toilet with your foot, not your hand. Cover the flush in your dirty shoe
germs for the next less paranoid, normal person.
If there are no seat covers in a bathroom, cover the seat with toilet paper. Hover
over rather than sit on the seat and give yourself a bladder infection from not
emptying it properly.
Wipe off the shopping cart hand rail with a wet wipe when you go to a grocery or
department store. Thousands of people have touched that same shopping
cart and you never know where their hands have been.
Wash your hands at appropriate times each day, no matter where you are or have been
throughout the day. Wet your hands with clean, running water (warm or cold).
Apply soap, lather well, and rub your hands for at least 30 seconds. Rinse
well, and dry your hands with a clean or disposable towel or air dryer.
If you are not able to wash your hands, use an alcohol-based hand
sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
Avoid germs by simply washing your hands before you eat and before you touch any of
your body's vulnerable places. Germs cannot penetrate skin, but they get into
your body through open wounds, your mouth, eyes, nose, ears, and other body
openings. If you do not allow contaminated items, food or otherwise, to
come into contact with these parts of your body, germs cannot harm you.
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