To avoid any traces of the coronavirus that might be lurking on surfaces, Americans have been wiping down groceries, wearing surgical gloves when they go out and leaving packages out for an extra day or two after they arrive in the mail. But experts say the national fixation on scrubbing sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic can sometimes be overkill. To read the full story.
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