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Why Soap Is Better Than Hand Sanitizer

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Alcohol-based hand sanitizers may kill a broad spectrum of bacteria and viruses. Business Insider says sanitizer isn't effective on all germs. Healthcare professionals recommend washing with soap and water over using hand sanitizer. Sanitizer is effective when soap and water aren't available. Hand sanitizer should be 60 to 95 percent alcohol to be effective at protecting you against infectious disease.

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