9 Things Frontline Workers Really Want You to Know
In almost every country, pharmacists worked every day and risk their lives to provide their clients with medication and advice they need to stay healthy and safe. Pharmacists around the world recommend that you have to follow hygiene rules and washing our hands as often as possible for at least twenty seconds.
But if you are in a public space and you do not have access to water and soap, “hand sanitizer is the next best thing” says Gianni Del Negro, a pharmacist at London Drugs’ Dunbar store in Vancouver, Canada. Also, do not forget to clean the household surfaces that you touch daily, such as doorknobs, switches, remote and phone.