1. Hand sanitizers are useless... if you don't use them properly  IOL
  2. Coronavirus: Why you shouldn't make your own hand sanitiser at home  The Telegraph
  3. Coronavirus: Why soap is better than sanitiser  Newshub
  4. UAE coronavirus: Hand sanitisers versus soap and water, which is better?  Gulf News
  5. Does hand sanitiser actually kill coronavirus? Here's everything you need to know  Lurgan Mail
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When you do use sanitisers, you must do so properly in order for them to work, says a microbiologist.When you do use sanitisers, you must do so properly in order for them to work, says a microbiologist.

"Many antibacterial products are basically just an expensive version of soap.""Many antibacterial products are basically just an expensive version of soap."

Coronavirus: Why soap is better than sanitiser | Newshub

Does hand sanitiser actually kill coronavirus? Here's everything you need to know | Lurgan Mail

“#Coronavirus: "Myths, germs and soap-vs-sanitizer" https://t.co/8pnNSb6snb @CBCNews #COVID2019 Me: "You're seeing stuff about homeopathic solutions that are supposed to help. No. Supplements that are supposed to help. No. Chiropractic adjustments that are supposed to help. No."”

Timothy Caulfield on Twitter: "#Coronavirus: "Myths, germs and soap-vs-sanitizer" https://t.co/8pnNSb6snb @CBCNews #COVID2019 Me: "You're seeing stuff about homeopathic solutions that are supposed to help. No. Supplements that are supposed to help. No. Chiropractic adjustments that are supposed to help. No.""

“Sen. Sanders, pressed by @ChrisCuomo about whether his campaign is taking into consideration the personal risk he faces re: coronavirus, says of course they are: “I have used more hand sanitizer in the last two weeks than I have in my entire life.””

Abby D. Phillip on Twitter: "Sen. Sanders, pressed by @ChrisCuomo about whether his campaign is taking into consideration the personal risk he faces re: coronavirus, says of course they are: “I have used more hand sanitizer in the last two weeks than I have in my entire life.”"

“Help prevent the spread of #coronavirus. Wash your hands regularly with soap, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer, cover your coughs, avoid touching your face and mouth, keep surfaces sanitized, and stay home if you feel sick. #WickerReport https://t.co/7qUamGUeWt”

Senator Roger Wicker on Twitter: "Help prevent the spread of #coronavirus. Wash your hands regularly with soap, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer, cover your coughs, avoid touching your face and mouth, keep surfaces sanitized, and stay home if you feel sick. #WickerReport https://t.co/7qUamGUeWt"

“Do the gobshites who are buying up all the bottles of hand sanitiser & leaving none in the shops for the rest of us, realise that to prevent themselves getting coronavirus, they need EVERYONE to have clean hands, not just them? That would be no 😓😓😓”

Jer Dixon on Twitter: "Do the gobshites who are buying up all the bottles of hand sanitiser & leaving none in the shops for the rest of us, realise that to prevent themselves getting coronavirus, they need EVERYONE to have clean hands, not just them? That would be no 😓😓😓"

We've been repeatedly told the best way to fight coronavirus is to wash our hands with soap and water, but failing that, to use hand sanitisers.We've been repeatedly told the best way to fight coronavirus is to wash our hands with soap and water, but failing that, to use hand sanitisers.

Watch: How to make your own hand sanitiser and why you shouldn't 

Are you buying the right sanitiser and are you using it correctly? Check this outAre you buying the right sanitiser and are you using it correctly? Check this out

UAE coronavirus: Hand sanitisers versus soap and water, which is better? | Uae – Gulf News

AS deadly coronavirus continues to spread, people are being urged to regularly wash their hands. Soap and water is the best method for keeping them clean but many have stocked up on hand sanitisers…

How watches, rings and long nails accelerate coronavirus spread – and render hand sanitiser useless – The Sun

Soap dissolves the protective fatty coat around the virus; it plays an important role in stopping it spread.Soap dissolves the protective fatty coat around the virus; it plays an important role in stopping it spread.