Some Very Handy Tips

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Shoppers have flooded to drugstores to stock up on hand sanitizer as the coronavirus outbreak in the United States has worsened, leaving shelves barren of the product for those who weren’t quick off the mark.

In the past week, demand for hand sanitizer has soared 1,400% with some stores limiting the amount of a customer can purchase at one time and others jacking up prices looking to make a profit off the global panic.

Amazon has banned 10,000 users for price gouging as the panic buying intensifies.

While public health experts are advising that routinely and effectively washing your hands with soap and water is the best way to warn off coronavirus germs, there are ways to make your own hand sanitizer for those times when you just can’t get to a sink. 

‘Homemade hand sanitizers are just as effective as what you buy as long as you used the right percentage of alcohol,’ Dr. David Agus told CBS MoneyWatch.

‘This is a good way to get around people price-gouging for Purell.’

In order for any good home hand sanitizer to work, it needs to be compromised of at least 60 percent alcohol.

Recommended for use is rubbing alcohol (Isopropyl alcohol) while ethanol will also make a suitable variation.

In order to protect your skin, aloe vera gel is added to the rubbing alcohol and a few drops of essential oil will give it a nicer smell.

There have been nine deaths, all in Washington state, as a result of the coronavirus

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