what are the chances of catching covid from sanitizing a menu?
- Common SenseLv 72 weeks ago
In my area, they are using disposible paper copies of the menu or are using the square bar code so you can view the menu on your phone.
If you sanitize a menu, then there is a 99.999% chance you will not contract covid.
- conley39Lv 72 months ago
Very small if you're sanitizing it.
- 2 months ago
27.3% if its a week day.
- kswck2Lv 72 months ago
Menu's should be made of paper and discarded after One use.
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- LiverGirl98Lv 72 months ago
Going to depend on the sanitizing processes used, the frequency in which the menus are cleaned and the materials used to make the menu. Also, going to depend on how many people have potentially touched/perused the menu. Such an unknown and so, express those concerns to the restaurant/cafe to seek assurances of their cleaning standards.
- Anonymous2 months ago
- KaleyKLv 72 months ago
The CDC has determined getting the Covid-19 virus via "touch" is highly unlikely. If someone with the virus sneezed in his hand, you shook his hand, and then licked your palm, MAYBE you will get the virus. So don't lick your palm! Keep your fingers out of your mouth and keep your hands clean. The primary way to get the virus is inhaling the infected respiratory droplets of someone with the virus. That's why social distancing works; stay out of other people's air space.