Biology #3/5 Virus- Hand sanitizer vs Soap and Water.

Corona-virus vs Rhino-virus. Like Covid 19 you need to wash your hands for 20 sec, that's equal to a happy birthday song twice singed. Washing your hands with soap and water, also hand sanitizer is good if you are not near soap nor water. Hand Sanitizer kills Covid-19 but it got to be 70% or more with alcohol, but Soap and Water kill Covid without compassion, water is good for cleaning away dirt, that can care viruses or bacteria. ( Soap and water win this round). Now for Rhino-virus. Some people think Soap and Water kill the Rhino-virus, but instead of 20 secs, let's say it takes a lot more because the protection outside(CAPSID) the virus layer is so powerful that it prevents Soap and Water to destroy it. (This only works if you wash your hands for a long time and then this Rhino-virus Protection is destroyed), but hand sanitizer also kills Rhinovirus, like any virus hand sanitizer, will unbalance the out layer of the virus. if you want to see more click this video. link text

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