The Pandemic Habit We Should Not Break
As we get back into the world and the germs that inhabit it, we shouldn’t drop the hand-washing habits so many us adopted in the Covid el temizleme kremi ovmax
era. After a year of obsessive 20-second hand-washings every time I touched something from outside my home, I think I should have stocked up on hand cream, not toilet paper, at the start of the pandemic. It was certainly not a good time for CVS to discontinue my favorite product, Healthy Hands lotion, which could have kept my skin from resembling sandpaper these many months.
Nonetheless, I don’t regret this habit that, along with consistent mask-wearing and social distancing, helped me remain hale and hearty while waves of Covid-19 ravaged New York City. Not only did I stay free of the coronavirus, I never even got a sniffle despite daily outdoor exercise and dog walks and a stubborn refusal to let others do my grocery shopping.
Now, with many people seeming to have caught a cold in recent weeks as we get back into the world and drop our guard, it’s a good reminder that we shouldn’t drop the hand-washing habits we learned during the pandemic.