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Is #edtech an unpopular topic on Mastodon, or am I just following the wrong people?
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You know, sit inside with a cappuccino and a laptop listening to music while it rains outside. That sounds nice.
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Hand sanitizer is just a solution of 60% alcohol and moisturizers. The 60% part alcohol is the important part.
You could also carry a small bottle of 70% rubbing alcohol with you instead of hand sanitizer.
Soap is more effective at combating viruses, though, so wash your hands with soap. Use hand sanitizer or alcohol when you can't get to a sink.
health/handwashing, +, shareable infographic & source
Washing your hands thoroughly with soap and water is the most effective way of getting rid of germs, including coronaviruses. If soap and water are not available, using a hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol can help you avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others.
Thanks @sohkamyung for the infographic and article.
Opening this one up to everyone on this lovely #mastomonday:
Looks like Quire (quire.io) has an amazing interface and is free, but it's closed-source. It'd be nice to find something similar that's self-hostable.
health/handwashing, correction, +
Correction: I guess "waaaay" better was an overstatement; soap is just *better* than alcohol.
Tacking this on here so that I don't have to delete the OP, which has gotten a fair bit of shares already.
health/handwashing, birdsite, +
So apparently, soap is waaaay better for killing viruses (incl. coronaviruses) than hand sanitizers based on alcohol and so on. This is because the soap literally rips apart the lipid bilayer that coats/protects the virus.
Really good, if somewhat technical explanation here from a chemistry prof: https://twitter.com/PalliThordarson/status/1236549305189597189
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