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Hand hygiene at airports can play key role in slowing spread of disease, study suggests

11:13 EST 13 Feb 2020 | MinnPost

The researchers estimate that if just 60 percent of travelers passing through the world’s airports kept their hands clean, the risk of a potential infectious disease pandemic would decrease by almost 70 percent.

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