World Toilet Day: The Royal Society For Public Health Asks ‘How Healthy Are Our Loos’?

Poor hygiene is threatening public health and The Royal Society for Public Health believes that, on World Toilet Day – Monday November 17, the developed world has no reason to be complacent about its loo routines.

Toilet germs are spreading fast, with almost 50% of adults in the UK failing to dry their hands after using a public toilet, and one in six adults admitting that they don’t wash their hands every time(1). (…)

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