Regular customers might be especially nervous about becoming ill during their travels amid flu seasons and the progressing coronavirus episode.
What’s worse, a late study from MIT estimates that just around 20 percent of people in airports have clean hands (which means they were washed with soap and water for at least 15 seconds inside the hour). However, researchers also found that if around 60 percent of air terminal goers had really clean hands, it could help slow the spread of worldwide disease by as much as 69 percent.
Despite the fact that you can’t control your kindred passengers, you can bring matters into your own hands by completely disinfecting your airplane seat before your next flight. Here’s how:
Use antibacterial wipes
Use a pack of antibacterial wipes with liquor to wipe down everything in your personal territory, including the plate table, arm rest, seatbelt handle, air vents and call buttons, Ohio State University infectious disease specialist Debra A. Goff, Pharm.D. told Reader’s Digest. Hitting these “high touch” areas is a surefire approach to battle germs, she said.