What's on Your Hands?
Posted by Ray Szydzik on
I recently read an article that states that soap can annihilate the coronavirus along with 1 in 5 respiratory infections from your hands. Good news!
The article explains: Viruses surrounded by fat-based envelopes move around in water-based liquids. Soap reacts and destroys that envelope of water and fat. Soap grabs more and more pieces of the fat-based envelope and pops the coronavirus’ protective balloon. Water washes the remains down the drain. The article also mentions that any kind of soap works great even antibacterial. Hand sanitizer is a good substitute for soap and water but with 60% alcohol. The article cautions that to annihilate the coronavirus you must wash your hands for a full 20 seconds and even offers a poem to recite.
Washing hand is still one of the best defenses against spreading germs, infectious germs. It remains one of the best ways to remove germs, avoid getting sick, and prevent the spread of germs to others.
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