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Travel New Study: Planes And Trains Are Filled With Germs

04:10  21 november  2019
04:10  21 november  2019 Source:   travelpulse.com

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A new study shows that 39% of Americans still choose to travel when they are sick – and that makes public transportation, from trains to planes , among the most germ - filled environments people can go. The study was done for Vital Vio, a company that markets LED technology that it claims can kill 90

You can avoid most transferable germs — likely the ones that cause respiratory viruses — by standing at least 2 feet away from the source, says Whittier. Keep your hands off the escalator handrails as you head to your train : Once the temperature drops, says Dr. Jesse Miller, director of the Applied

A new study shows that 39% of Americans still choose to travel when they are sick – and that makes public transportation, from trains to planes, among the most germ-filled environments people can go.

a person sitting on a bed: Cathay Pacific First Class © Tom Mascardo / flickr Cathay Pacific First Class

The study was done for Vital Vio, a company that markets LED technology that it claims can kill 90% of the bacteria and other germs left on surfaces.

Travelers have long suspected that enclosed environments like airplanes, subway cars, even buses, can make you sick – or sicker, as the case may be. So not only are those who say they are sick but will still travel possibly infecting those near them, but it becomes a domino effect – one person infects a seatmate on a plane, that seatmate brings it to somebody else on the subway into the city, that somebody else gives it to someone at the hotel, and so on.

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New Study : Planes And Trains Are Filled With Germs . The study found that interest in and experience with solo travel is common across all generations and genders. 79-80% of travelers under 40 said they had already traveled alone or would be interested in traveling alone, while 71-73% of

PLANE cabins and airports have been found to be crawling with thousands of germs in a new test, with one spot being the worst. The study by Insurancequotes.com conducted swab tests on three airlines and at three major airports, which they declined to name, to unearth the disgusting results.

In large part, it’s also because 60% of people who travel while they are sick also say they don’t use germicides, cleaning wipes or other products to wipe down those surfaces they’ve touched during their travels.

Yuck, right?

Researchers say that the sheer volume of people who enter and exit subways, trains and airplanes per day makes those transportation vehicles very high-risk environments. How high-risk?

Well, more bacteria are found per square inch on planes and subways than would be on the toilet seats in those travelers’ homes.

Yuck, right?

The full report, called ‘The Dirty Truth,’ can be found here.

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