In these trying times we are reminded daily to wash our hands, not touch our face and stay at home. (although there are many that don't listen). This creates a great danger for those that only go out for essential items.
Here is an important message that needs to be told:
I know of someone who stopped in at their local pharmacy to pick up a prescription. When they went to pay, using their credit card, asked the pharmacist......
"When was the last time this credit card machine was disinfected"
The response was, "Last night."
If we are to keep our fingers away from our face, then we shouldn't put them on these machines, spreading germs to the next person, or all the people during the rest of the day, who are picking up needed medicine, we are in trouble.
This includes all the grocery stores and take-out restaurants where a credit card is used. No wonder they have trouble tracking viruses.
I now make sure I carry a spray bottle disinfectant with me, (I use Thieves spray by Young Living) to spray the machine, buttons and writing wand, as well as my credit card, when I get it back at the drive-thru restaurant. It is not a cure for diseases, but I sure feel safer.
What are you doing to flatten the curve, as they say?