Everyone can and should sanitize their nose to help prevent the spread of germs, particularly individuals exposed to more people in what are considered “high-risk environments,” such as (but not limited to):
- Workers in high-contact roles
- Public transportation users and employees
- People living in communal spaces: retirement or nursing homes, college dorms, military barracks, etc.
- Health care industry staff
- Athletes and those who frequent or work at gyms
- Childcare workers and teachers
- Retail store visitors and staff
- Individuals at high-risk for infection or caring for people who are at high-risk should also consider regularly sanitizing their noses.
This includes individuals who have suppressed immune systems such as oncology survivors, transplant patients, and people living with multiple chronic diseases and the family and caregivers who interact with these higher risk individuals.
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