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teacake44 | 13:40 Tue 04th Aug 2020 | Health & Fitness
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Even when, or if, we get some sort of control over this virus in the coming months, do you think that all food outlets,( especially supermarkets) should continue to have hand jells available before you enter, to be the norm for the future.

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The important thing to remember is that hand gels only work five times and then you have to wash your hands again with soap and water. Yes, hand gels / sanitisation facilities should be available on an ongoing basis in order to prevent the spread of all infections.
22:02 Tue 04th Aug 2020
If they want to provide it, and people are willing to use it, then why not? I haven't used any hand sanitiser at all during the lockdown.
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21.43 No not me, your blind rage wipes your senses away I'm afraid. Yes you can keep your hands clean for longer than seconds, that's another irrational statement your making with no thought at all, the more ( everyone uses it ) the cleaner the shops will become, that's just good common sense. But you carry on thinking otherwise, another 80+ reported dead again today ,plus 700 more infections.
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21.47 The more that do us it will again, like masks, help reduce the risk. If anyone thinks they have better ideas, lets hear them!!
The important thing to remember is that hand gels only work five times and then you have to wash your hands again with soap and water.

Yes, hand gels / sanitisation facilities should be available on an ongoing basis in order to prevent the spread of all infections.
Lady CG - where's the evidence that "hand gels only work 5 times"?
The huge demand for hand gel could never have been imagined 6 months ago.. Imagine if you were the person who invented Sanitsed Hand Gel..

You'd be rubbing your hands together now !
I agree with TTT throughout this thread. I do honest!
wow, I need a double lie down!
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The better idea is to not be so paranoid and spread that around. Folk don't get this fanatical over any other disease so it's unreasonable to be so for Covid. Viruses don't survive forever outside the body anyway; social distancing, washing your hands when you get back, and avoiding touching eyes, nose, mouth, until you have done so, are the rational balanced precautions.
Diddly, that's what I've been taught in my mandatory Infection Control training. I'm not going to argue with someone who gives that type of training as an NHS Professional.

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