With the flu season fully established and with the risk of norovirus infections increased over the winter months, remembering to use good infection control routines by simply washing our hands is essential.

As many of us are visiting loved ones, travelling, celebrating at pantos, bars, restaurants, Christmas parties etc … We are constantly at risk of infections being transferred.

Each person has between 2 and 10 million bacteria on one single arm from fingertip to elbow, so effective hand hygiene plays a vital part in preventing the transmission of pathogens.

While hand hygiene is not the only measure to prevent infection, this simple action can dramatically decrease your risk of transfer.

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