Wiping down groceries? Experts say keep risk in perspective


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As long as you dip your groceries in bleach and then take your usual alcohol bath, burning the towels afterwards, it should be fine. No need to obsess about it...

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The ones who really don't have a clue about this virus are the ones wearing those blue gloves while shopping, taking the metro, etc. and they handle their smartphone, adjust their mask, scratch an itch on their face, ears and eyes. What was the point of the gloves?

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We use the hand sanitizer entering leaving the stores. We wash the vegetables and fruits which we always did prior to the virus.

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It is understandable how, when faced with an invisible killer, some people would become clean-freaks. Better that than the people who go around as if the virus poses no risk at all.

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