•   Beverly commented on this post about 1 year ago
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    Hands, who knew?
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    • I had no idea, unless it was obviously on my hands & only lately have become very conscious of airborne transference. 💞👵
      Also, the timing ofI had no idea, unless it was obviously on my hands & only lately have become very conscious of airborne transference. 💞👵
      Also, the timing of disinfectants being left on the surface is of extreme importance. (times are included the link, below)

      "Just know that if you apply the disinfectant and then wipe right away, you probably won’t kill everything. “You will likely reduce the viral load on the surface. By exactly how much, I can’t say,” Alan says.

      Schaffner stresses the importance of washing your hands well after you clean. “If the virus is on the cloth or paper towel you used, it can get on your hands,” he says."

       https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/disinfectants-covid19-right-way-wrong-way-clean-180958442.html?soc_src=yahooapp
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    • Well my dear, I tried to vote, but an error note popped up letting me know...There is an error with the voting poll. Yet another challenge toWell my dear, I tried to vote, but an error note popped up letting me know...There is an error with the voting poll. Yet another challenge to overcome here at RRM eh Donald  More ...
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    • When I was studying nursing we learned about hand washing properly and never use disinfectant. The bacteria actually mutates and we end up withWhen I was studying nursing we learned about hand washing properly and never use disinfectant. The bacteria actually mutates and we end up with superbugs.  More ...
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    • Kathryn Farrell , exactly!

      & why I make & use Colloidal Silver as a disinfectant, among many uses.

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    • Beverly , thanx for adding your input.
      I also checked the box for multiple answers, hoping for "yes, no, & sometimes" but only 1 box isBeverly , thanx for adding your input.
      I also checked the box for multiple answers, hoping for "yes, no, & sometimes" but only 1 box is happening.
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    • I see only one choice as well..
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    • Okay, I tried adding some more options!

      You can edit them by choosing Edit from the little "V" pulldown at the upper right of the poll.
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    • Kathryn Farrell, your thoughts on hand sanitizers?

      Our local hospital had them in every room when I visited someone about 20 years ago.
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    • 🙋‍♀️ BBeverly please, try again? Donald fixed the multiple choice😊
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    • MsPat this article is my thought on hand sanitizers. Soap and water and a good long rubbing action on the hands gets rid of most bacteria. HandMsPat this article is my thought on hand sanitizers. Soap and water and a good long rubbing action on the hands gets rid of most bacteria. Hand sanitisers is a disaster happening right before us.
      The United Nations, the World Health Organization and even the World Bank recognize AMR as a public health and economic disaster waiting to happen. In 2016, United Kingdom economist Jim O’Neill and his team published a report stating that if we do not address the growing threat of AMR, by 2050 more people will die from drug-resistant infections than from cancer.
      (Lori L. Burrows - The Conversation)
      With these three disasters, UN, WHO and the World Bank saying AMR is a disaster waiting to happen, I conclude it is yet another diabolical plan to euthanize us.
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    • My habits about hand washing/personal hygiene have not changed. I am still cautious about ANY infectious diseases...flu, cold, plandemic...etc etc. IMy habits about hand washing/personal hygiene have not changed. I am still cautious about ANY infectious diseases...flu, cold, plandemic...etc etc. I go to a gym at least 3x a week. We have sanitizer sprays with cleaning cloths all over the place there..which is the way it was BEFORE covidiocy cropped up...and I use them the same way as I did before. I wash my hands at least 3x at the gym also..before, during and after working out. Just as I wash my hands before during and after visiting the grocery store. It's not rocket science folks... keep good personal hygiene habits and guess what...any contagious disease won't spread !   More ...
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    • Hand sanitizers...a diff story. Never liked using them, still don't. Very drying to the skin laced with certain ingredients unpronounceable. And IHand sanitizers...a diff story. Never liked using them, still don't. Very drying to the skin laced with certain ingredients unpronounceable. And I have read how many of them do not work well. I believe they are being used way to much also. We need to expose ourselves to a certain amount of bacteria/germs to help our bodies self imunize. When using a hand sanitizer, we are killing all...even beneficial...active bacteria etc, not just a covid or other flue virus or germ. So no...I do not use them except when entering public places occasionally...like a grocery store.   More ...
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