What’s a traveling germaphobe to do on a plane?
Germ Free Traveler
Wash your hands often, with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. The CDC says it is the single most important infection control measure, and it lists it first among the guidelines for preventing the spread of disease on commercial aircraft.
Carry alcohol-based hand sanitizer (the CDC recommends at least 60% alcohol) in case water isn’t nearby.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands, the CDC tells flight crews and passengers.
Keep the air vents above your seat open to improve ventilation, point the open vent to blow air away from you .
Wipe down the arm rests and tray table with sanitary wipes and bring tissues to open the bathroom door.
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