I’m a germ freak and I’m not embarrassed to state it. But after watching Jeff Rossen’s report on NBC’s TODAY about which city has the germiest taxis, buses and trains, my paranoia factor doubled. The above five-minute video shows why it’s so important to wash your hands often and to keep your hands away from your face. As you will see, public places are teeming with bacteria and it’s not just the shared handrail or poles on trains and subways. Dangerous and contagious germs lurk on taxi seats and especially the keypads where you swipe your credit card and punch in your tip. Check out the report!
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