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    Fast Facts: Feb. 25

    • Studies of the human influenza virus have shown that these germs can survive on surfaces for between two and eight hours.
    • Soap and water are more effective at killing germs than antibacterial hand sanitizers. Sanitizers strip away the outer layer of oil from skin, there by preventing existing bacteria (not all of which is bad) from coming to the surface.

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