With food industry associations and public safety organizations touting proper sanitary procedures as the best method for preventing the spread of hepatitis A, hand washing becomes the key to keeping the virus in check. ds' worth of effort upon leaving a bathroom or area of potential contamination. Her advice: Use water and soap. Water temperature doesn't matter, but the time you take does. Lather and wash for about 15 seconds, making sure to clean nooks and crannies, as well as under the ...

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