Doctor Shares Safe Grocery Handling To Avoid Carrying Coronavirus Into Our Homes
Doctor Jeffrey VanWingen shares how to set up safe handling practices for our groceries and also our take-out meals. Once we've gone outside of our homes to make our purchases of groceries or take-out, the doctor suggests that we treat all of the items as if they have been contaminated. This is to reduce our risk of introducing the Covid-19 virus into our homes.
This is the most current video for New CDC data, safe takeout food practices, and an updated practice for safe grocery shopping/handling.
In the video, he shows us a detailed and methodical way to help us keep our homes safe. It should be noted that during the video, Dr. VanWingen shares that the virus can live on cardboard surfaces for 1 hour but in the comments section of the video, he made an edit to reflect the correct duration that the virus can live on cardboard which is actually 1 day.
IMPORTANT EDIT FROM NIH DATA: COVID-19 LIVES ON CARDBOARD FOR 1 DAY.
Watch Dr. VanWingen show us how to disinfect our food supplies.