Top 10 “Germiest Hotspots” in the Office
We’ve now gone from talking about the FILTHIEST spots in the office, pre-pandemic . . . to the filthiest spots in your home, mid-pandemic . . . and now we’re back to the filthiest spots in the office.
If this isn’t a sign of the return to normalcy, I don’t know what is.
New research by Lysol has identified the 10 “germiest hotspots” in the office . . . and they’re broken down by location. They are:
In the entrance areas: The elevator buttons.
In the communal kitchen: The coffee machine handles AND buttons . . . the refrigerator door . . . the kitchen sink handles . . . and vending machines.
In the workspace: Keyboards and mice . . . telephones . . . and shared printers.
In the conference room: The TV remote control.
And in the bathroom: The door handles. (Wait, that’s it? Only the door handles in the bathroom? I choose to celebrate THAT as a small victory.)