Phones a breeding ground for microbes: University of Queensland study

pharmacist on the phone, ostensibly to the Pharmacists' Support Service
Think twice before you reach for your mobile phone at lunch, says an expert from the University of Queensland: many phones are a breeding ground for microbes. UQ's Dr Alysha Elliott swabbed a variety of workplace surfaces and people's hands to find some of the least hygienic workplace surfaces, as part of Global Handwashing Day

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