October 15th is Global Handwashing Day, a day that was originally created for children and schools, but can be celebrated by anyone promoting handwashing with soap. Each year, over 200 million people are involved in celebrations in over 100 countries around the world. However, Global Handwashing has since expanded to include everyone, including all types of workplaces where hand hygiene continues to be a priority.
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The WHO's SAVE LIVES, Clean Your Hands May 5th campaign is coming up fast. This year's focus is not only on hand hygiene but also its role in combating antibiotic resistance. It’s a time to raise awareness, discuss and come up with solutions. So we asked ourselves this question:
Hand Hygiene is one of the simplest yet most important things that anyone can do to help keep themselves and others around them healthy and free from disease.
Yes, according to a new survey that says 90% of office workers come to work when sick. Even worse, they know their coughing and sneezing may be infecting others, but 45% said an ever-growing workload makes it necessary.