Study Identifies The Germiest School Surfaces
Researchers from the University of Arizona swabbed classrooms and common area surfaces at six schools in a K-12 school system to determine the relative numbers of total heterotrophic bacteria and coliform bacteria on frequently touched hard, non-porous surfaces.
In addition to the cafeteria table, the most contaminated sites include: computer mice, restroom paper towel handles, water fountains, restroom sink faucets, library tables and computer keyboards.
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