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Wash Your Hands After Touching These Seemingly Harmless Things


Washing your hands is an important step in personal health and wellness. It is such a simple act, but it can prevent you from contracting viruses or bacterial infections. You probably know that it is essential to wash your hands after using the restroom or after sneezing or coughing, but did you know that there are some surfaces you touch every day that are far less clean than a toilet seat?

The days of thinking that a little grime can build resistance are long gone. Now, you need to focus on keeping yourself safe. Here are 10 seemingly harmless objects that you touch daily that are actually covered in germs: