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Or perhaps its good to have sickness in the world to keep our immune systems working hard, and it may be a bad thing overall.
I think for some sectors this could be a real winner - i mean what about having an anti head lice day for all venues and schools to do with children? Would that not, if done on the same day, take a hug percentage of cases out?
I dont see how it could be a total failure
The global scale of course, being wishful thinking (maybe)
reply to post by Biigs
This idea would be most effective, and beneficial if the deep cleaning were restricted to locations where viral, and other nasties, congregate in one place on a frequent basis. By that I mean, that deep cleaning a house which has been maintained to a decent degree is probably utterly pointless in the main. Hospitals, doctors surgeries, and homes which have had a below par maintenance history however, would be a good idea. If ones own home is cleaned regularly (but not to the point of O.C.D.) then one need not be overly concerned by things like M.R.S.A. and other superbugs, because they simply will not be present.
I cleaned up my kitchen just last night, now it looks like a large family of chimps has been trying to learn to cook in it.