Where Europeans Wash Their Hands After Using The Toilet (infographic)

Greece is not in the survey

As Europe has entered the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, and countries are bracing to deal with the outbreak many simple, everyday habits linked to personal hygiene can be extremely beneficial. As preparations to contain the coronavirus click into gear, it makes sense to ask a basic hygienic question: how likely are people to wash their hands?

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Where Health App Usage Is Most Common (infographic)

During a night out on the town in many parts of Europe, it’s relatively common to see a fellow reveller exit the toilets without washing his or her hands. According to a WIN/Gallup International survey from back in 2015 and reported by Jakub Marian, the Dutch are the European nationality least likely to automatically wash their hands after going to the toilet. The survey claims that only 50 percent of people in the Netherlands wash their hands with soap and water after using the toilet compared to 96 percent of people in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Greece was not included in the 2015 survey.

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