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The Doctors discuss the surprising area of the airport that is dirtier than a toilet!
According to a recent study of three major airports, where swab tests were performed, researchers discovered the self-check-in kiosk touch screens were 100 times dirtier than the airport toilets.
Other areas of the airports that were filled with germs were seat and bench armrests, the drinking fountain buttons, and the flush button on toilets. On the airplane, the germiest paces were tray tables and seatbelt buckles.
The Doctors suggest washing your hands or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer after using the airport kiosks or any other area of the airport that might be germ-ridden.