Handy lessons on training
One practice the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted from the outset was the importance of hand hygiene in infection prevention and control – a practice that in the past has often been approached with a degree of complacency. Some of the literature concludes that compliance with hand hygiene has improved during the course of the pandemic, while other studies suggest it has not.
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