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Charlie Maxx

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Today was the day.  I took my son out for dinner for his birthday.  That was the last “normal” thing I did before the shutdown hit.  It’s hard to believe it’s been an entire 365 days.  We were doing so many things back then that we don’t do now. A survey, Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of American Water, analyzed how respondents are practicing hygiene as the pandemic reaches its one-year anniversary.  We were so absorbed with hand sanitizer.  Remember?  Today…not so much.  See for yourself:

 

TOP THINGS AMERICANS DID AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PANDEMIC

  1. Carry hand sanitizer on me at all times – 55%
  2. Wash my hands for at least 20 seconds after being outside – 49%
  3. Avoid touching public surfaces at all costs – 43%
  4. Constantly wash my hands, even when I’ve been inside for days – 34%
  5. Immediately wash all of my produce after returning from the grocery store – 28%
  6. Immediately change out of my clothes wash them after being outside my home – 28%
  7. Sanitize all of my groceries – 26%
  8. Sanitize all of my mail/packages – 23%

TOP THINGS AMERICANS HAVE STOPPED DOING COMPARED TO THE BEGINNING OF THE PANDEMIC

  1. Immediately change out of my clothes wash them after being outside my home – 50%
  2. Sanitize all of my groceries – 48%
  3. Sanitize all of my mail/packages – 44%
  4. Carry hand sanitizer on me at all times – 31%
  5. Immediately wash all of my produce after returning from the grocery store – 29%
  6. Constantly wash my hands, even when I’ve been inside for days – 29%
  7. Avoid touching public surfaces at all costs – 23%
  8. Wash my hands for at least 20 seconds after being outside – 18%