Coronavirus Efforts for Food Handlers and the non-Food Handler in IOWA

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Tips and resources from eFoodHandlers to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in IOWA

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Slowing the spread of the Coronavirus in IOWA is everyone’s job.

The first thing to do is to make sure everyone is washing their hands correctly to prevent the spread of germs. Although handwashing has been taught time and time again, it is vital that you understand and implement the correct handwashing procedure to stop the spread of the virus and other germs. Watch this brief video that demonstrates proper handwashing techniques.

6 Steps to Proper Handwashing

1
Wet hands with running water
2
Scrub hands with soap
3
Scrub for a minimum of 20 seconds
4
Wash front and back of hands, between fingers, wrists and forearms
5
Rinse with running water for 5 seconds
6
Dry with a single use method: paper towels or air blower

eFoodHandlers is a national leader in food safety training and certification for the Food and Beverage industry has been training food workers for over a decade on how to properly wash their hands and prevent the spread of virus’ and foodborne illnesses from infecting people at large. Now is the time to educate everyone on these vital skills.

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Disclaimer:
View all information is provided here as an aid. In no way should this be viewed as a substitute for information provided by front-line authorities such as physicians, local, state and federal health officials or the CDC.