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Even good handwashing can't remove all the germs, so following the handwashing policy is a waste of time.
2 / 10
Around the world, infectious diseases are the number one cause of death.
3 / 10
Handwashing is the single most important way to prevent infection.
4 / 10
Using lots of soap during handwashing is more important than how long you rub your hands together.
5 / 10
It is more common for health care workers to remember to wash their hands after client care than before.
6 / 10
50 percent of people wash their hands after sneezing or coughing.
7 / 10
You should scrub each hand for this many seconds every time you wash your hands.
8 / 10
Bacteria can reproduce every two hours.
9 / 10
Scientists learned the importance of handwashing about 20 years ago.
10 / 10
It is important to wash your hands after removing gloves since bacteria grow quickly inside gloves.
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