New Scottish government initiative

 A national campaign to persuade Scots to wash their hands.

Including

when to clean your hands
(Hand washing should be part of everyone’s daily routine especially:

  • Before eating or handling food
  • After using the toilet
  • After blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing
  • After touching animals or animal waste
  • After handling rubbish
  • After changing a nappy
  • Before and after touching a sick or injured person
  • Before and after visiting a hospital ward (remember alcohol-based hand rubs are also provided). )

how to wash your hands (with pictures)
(including instructions: wet hands with water; apply enough soap to cover all hand surfaces; rub hands palm to palm; and so on).

This is a Scottish Executive initiative sponsored by lady Macbeth.

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3 Responses to New Scottish government initiative

  1. tanngrisnir says:

    So after hot, filthy sex you don’t need to bother, then?
    Frankly, given how filthy some of the people I see on buses and in the street are*, this sounds like, well, pissing in the wind. (Driven to that simile by the winds we’re getting here at the moment, honest.)
    [*One that stuck in my mind, and no doubt the minds of everyone else who was trying to back away from him, was the guy with dandruff so big The Shrub could have landed a fighter on it and given a Mission Accomplished! speech.]

  2. pigeonhed says:

    I came across this http://www.kcskinhealth.com/pr5summitrel.html whilst googling myself one day.

  3. They’re promoting OCD. Merveilleux.

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