Wash Your Hands By Ryan Sandidge

The first two pictures depict someone before they washed their hands with soap and water, and then after. The second shows the dangerous ingredients that hand sanitizers contain.
The first picture shows that sanitizers should not be used, whereas the comforting and colorful picture of soap shows that using soap rather than had sanitizers is the cleanest and safest way to wash hands.
This is a simple picture of someone washing their hands with soap and water. It is easy to see that all surfaces of the hands are being cleaned

This is an image of bacteria that came from a hand print. Bacteria may spread like this if your hands are not washed thoroughly and correctly.

This is another image of bacteria spreading from a hand print.

This image depicts someone washing their hands with soap and water. It brings together the presentation because it shows what you must do in order to prevent the bacteria from spreading and causing infection, as shown in the two previous pictures.

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Ryan Sandidge
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Created with images by Wokandapix - "hands water drip" • hoyasmeg - "Washing hands (before shot)_0033" • hoyasmeg - "Clean Hands (after shot)_0034" • Horia Varlan - "Three bars of soap next to bathing sponge" • peapod labs - "Washing hands with soap" • MMU Engage - "Hands Across The Cultures" • MMU Engage - "Hands Across The Cultures" • USDAgov - "20120106-OC-AMW-0076"

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