Clean your mobile devices on a regular basis. Antibacterial wipes are abrasive to your cell phones and can scratch them. Instead, fill a spray bottle halfway with water and the other half with 70% isopropyl alcohol. Spray some solution onto a lint-free cloth and use that once a week to disinfect your cell phone.
Remember: It takes only 20 seconds to wash your hands. Friction and running water are the two most important factors for an effective hand wash.
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