Public Health

  Posted on: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Study: To Slow an Epidemic, Focus on Handwashing
Homeland Security News Wire
A new study estimates that improving the rates of handwashing by travelers passing through just 10 of the world’s leading airports could significantly reduce the spread of many infectious diseases. And the greater the improvement in people’s handwashing habits at airports, the more dramatic the effect on slowing the disease, the researchers found.

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