Common Surfaces with High Levels of Bacteria
The University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, Tennessee provided WBIR 10 News with petri dishes and swabs to tests 20 common surfaces that may contain bacteria. While the kitchen sponge had the highest levels of bacteria, ranking second was the coffee pot handle in the WBIR office. Other areas of concern were bathroom sink handles as well as the television remote control.
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