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WHERE THERE ARE PEOPLE, THERE'S BACTERIA.
Did you know workplace bathrooms top this list of germiest places? E. coli and fecal toxins are often found on nearly every surface in the bathroom, including doors and faucets. And you may want to avoid drinking out of any public drinking fountain. They can harbor as many as 2.7 million bacteria per square inch on the spigot.
ANY BUILDING. EVERY SURFACE.
A single sneeze can spray droplets infested with bacteria and viruses as far as 3 feet. Those droplets can transfer to a surface and if touched, will contaminate your skin for up to 15 minutes. Every surface touched within that timeframe is at risk for contamination. Commonly handled objects that are contaminated with these bacteria could act as reservoirs for hours, weeks or months, spreading potential infections to anyone who comes in contact with them.
Facilities need an infection-control plan in place to minimize the ever-growing threat of spread. With so many people coming and going, facilities need a surface barrier protectant that continues to fight bacteria after it dries; providing long-term protection against newly introduced threats.
Protex90 offers continued surface barrier protection for a minimum of 90 days. It's innovative. It's proven. It's the future. Protex90 is currently in commercial use at day-care centers, gyms and a mega-church.
BACTERIAL RISK AT AIRPORTS
Over 4 Billion people flew in 2017. Every day, an average of 8 Million people fly. That's alot of people, from all over the world, spreading germs to each other. And many don't even know they are infected.So how many germs and bacteria are lurking in the airport and on planes? TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen pulls out the germ meter to find out which areas are the dirtiest.