Expert outlines 12 major steps in using hand sanitizer effectively

Expert outlines 12 major steps in using hand sanitizer effectively

- A health expert has indicated 12 steps in sanitizing the hand effectively in these extraordinary times of the COVID-19 pandemic

- The steps range from dipping the tips of the finger into the sanitizer all the way to rubbing the wrists very well

- Ghanaians have been reacting massively to the video that hit social media recently

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A video made by a health expert showing how hand sanitizers can be used effectively to ensure that all germs are gotten rid of on the hand has surfaced on social media.

The name of the lady expert who gave the 12 major steps involved in sanitizing the hand completely in the video is not disclosed but it appears that she works at a hospital in Ghana.

In the footage, the lady who was accompanied by a nurse in uniform outlined 12 different stages of cleaning the hand, starting from dipping the tip of one's fingers to sanitizing all parts of the hand, to sanitizing the wrists as well.

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Watch the full video below:

Very importantly also, she advised the general public not to blow air on the hand after applying the sanitizer as germs from the source can settle on the hand.

Although the effort being made was to educate the general public on how to get rid of germs in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the video has caused a different kind of stir online.

Briefly.co.za learnt that appears that most Ghanaians have considered the process too lengthy and funny at the same time.

Paa Kwesi Abiu Dadzie asked whether this was a form of massage:

Nana Ama Walters, on the other hand, found no problem with the method and defended it as though her life depended on it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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