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TRUE GLOW OF COVID-19

In this project, Cameron has photographed places around the household which may contain more germs than you expect. Due to the recent epidemic COVID-19, washing your hands often has been enforced by the government but will that even help? in this project, Cameron has uncovered the true effects of spreading germs within the house. The green glow in these images indicates where has been touched within 2 hours of being in a house. Cameron Used UV paint on his hands and did simple household tasks, such as washing up, preparing food/cooking, walking up and downstairs, brushing teeth, and washing his face. The green glow indicates all places where have been touched and where bodily fluid has been

How often do you clean your sink? did you know your sink may contain more germs than your toilet? Germs are everywhere and in a global epidemic this a problem. To prevent the spread of harmful germs and bacteria which could contain COVID-19 in has been enforced by government to wash your hands, but does this help?

Handwashing can reduce the risk of respiratory infections by 16%

Researchers in London estimate that if everyone routinely washed their hands, a million deaths a year could be prevented.

Have you cleaned your laptop or computer?

New research has found that your computer or laptop keyboard is 20,000 times dirtier than a toilet seat. Your phone is also 9,000 times dirtier the your average toilet. maybe its time for a clean ?

you might think you clean well but do you? have you ever cleaned the rubber seal of your fridge ? or the knife block? How often do you remove a knife to open a product and then place it back into your knife block? Every time you do so, you’re transmitting germs and bacteria, causing the knife block to become one of the leading carriers in the kitchen. Unfortunately, many people go years without cleaning their knife block, harboring yeast and mold.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention nearly 50 million people get sick from a foodborne illness each year. These foodborne illnesses are responsible for more than 125,000 hospitalizations and roughly 3,000 deaths annually.

Have you cleaned your hand rail? or do you hold them else where ? study shows that public hand rails often have 121 different bacteria and mould strains. if you have come home and have touched public rails and have not washed your hands they go straight onto everything you touch including your face.

This might be a surprise but in the bathroom the cleanest place is the toilet. the exterior toilet has around 295 strains of bacteria while your toothbrush and holder will have around 200,000!

Once again all these germs will stay on your hands and spread on anything you touch if you do not wash your hands often.