Months ago, one of our greatest fears was catching the coronavirus by touching an infected surface.
Now we know the coronavirus is more likely to spread through respiratory droplets — but that doesn’t make good hand hygiene any less important.
“Handwashing is such an important issue not just for coronavirus,” says Dr. Cler’s colleague Ed Dominguez, MD, “but also for a large number of other infections from influenza to staph infections.”
Watch Drs. Cler and Dominguez discuss the best cleaning solutions to keep your home germ-free.