Keeping our hands clean is one of the most important steps to take. By washing our hands, we can avoid getting sick and spreading our germs to others. Handwashing with soap for 20seconds removes germs from hands. This can prevent infection because people frequently touch their mouths, eyes, and nose, not even noticing that they are.
Step 1: Wet your hands using clean running water for around 10seconds with no soap. step 2: Turn off the tap to save water from being wasted, then apply soap to your hands. Step 3: rub your hands together for 20seconds to prevent any germs from staying on your hands. Step 4: rinse your hands under clean running water.
If you are unsure of how long to wash your hands try singing happy birthday or counting in your head.
The following video represents that you should wash your hands if you get germs on them. A good way to resolve this situation is to wear a mask or sneeze into your sleeve (though I would say sneezing into your mask would be a better solution). As Stephanie walks with her friend, she accidentally sneezes which causes germs to land on her hand her friend tells Stephanie to wash her hands which Stephanie agreed to and goes to wash her hands. But a devil and angel appear the devil not wanting Stephanie to wash her hands though the angel wants her to wash her hands the angel eventually persuaded Stephanie and which the devil disappears in failure. The angel reminds Stephanie to wash her hands for 20 seconds with soap and even sing happy birthday (which is another way of counting how long it takes.)
Staying safe and healthy is one of the most important things you can do this by wearing your mask whenever you go outside your home when you are wearing a mask you should always make sure it is over your nose and is covering your mouth and chin. You should also social distance by staying 2m away from others. Another thing is that you should get fully vaccinated when it comes out for your age so you are less likely to get or die from COVID. Remember to avoid touching your face before washing your hands. Also, try to cough or sneeze into your elbow or mask.