A typical keyboard is infected with an astonishing 3,295 germs per square inch, according to researchers. That makes your keyboard much dirtier than your rubbish bin – or even your toilet seat.
Dirt from your (and your colleagues’) hands and mouth gets transferred onto desks, keyboards, computers and telephones leaving a vile assortment of bugs and viruses festering on away in homes and offices across the UK.
urine, blood, hair,
Bugs such as listeria and salmonella linger for up to 24 hours on fingertips – and can survive for a similar period on keyboards. Overall, telephones (followed by desks) have more germs than any other office surfaces.
41 per cent of men and 19 percent of women do not wash their hands after using the lavatory.
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