Want to avoid getting sick when you travel? Wash your hands. Viruses that cause colds and flu can survive for hours on solid objects and surfaces, like seat belts, airplane tray tables and door handles. Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds after you touch these objects or other people. If you can’t wash your hands right away, use hand sanitizer.
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