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I think we need to send this to our Germaphobe President

You cannot escape poop bacteria

By Sara Chodosh

You may have heard there’s poop bacteria getting sprayed all over people’s hands by bathroom hand dryers. But did you know there’s poop bacteria everywhere!?
That’s right. While you’ve been freaking out over individual headlines suggesting that a tiny amount of fecal bacteria is lurking on your hands or faucets or what-have-you, those studies have been amassing into a whole body of research that shows pretty definitively that bacteria from our poop is absolutely everywhere. Here’s a short list of all the places scientists have found poop bacteria:
On computer keyboards
In your kitchen sponge, on the kitchen drain, and on your kitchen sink faucet handles (By the way, this same study found that kitchens had more fecal bacteria than bathrooms! Toilet seats were actually one of the least contaminated spots in the whole house.)
All over your phone
In a “fecal veneer” on indoor climbing walls
Hanging out on grocery shopping carts
On your shoes (duh)
Inside all of your clothes, probably because you wash them with your underwear—which contains a tenth of a gram (!!) of fecal bacteria per pair, on average
Surrounding you in every hotel room you’ve ever been in
Literally in the air you breathe


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https://www.popsci.com/poop-is-everywhere?CMPID=ene041718#page-2

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