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However, they should wash hands after using the toilet, before eating and before interacting with a sick family member," he said.
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By April 8, 2013, more than 1199 healthcare facilities in 22 countries in the Middle East region have already joined the International Initiative for the purpose of promoting the practice of hand washing as an essential hygienic factor which prevents infectious diseases in patients, health workers, visitors to hospitals and HCs as failure to wash hands increases the chances germs entering into the human body and thus more susceptibility to disease.
It was also highlighted how to wash hands correctly and how germs could double if not.
We have heard the admonition to wash hands, wash hands and wash them again.
Wash hands before: -- Engaging in any activity that involves hand-to-mouth contact -- Treating a cut or coming into contact with any other bodily fluid Wash hands after: -- Being in a public place where disease can spread easily, from restaurants to mass transit -- Blowing your nose, coughing, sneezing or touching your eyes -- Coming into contact with anyone who exhibits flu symptoms
Sheila said: "The hospital is in a very poor condition and not having enough sinks to wash hands is disgraceful.
Nine out of 10 people don't store raw meat properly and two thirds don't wash hands after handling meat and fish.