Cash points and transport
Clerks and employees of banks, payment acceptance outlets, currency exchange offices, and other enterprises who come into frequent contact with money face a particularly heightened risk of infection. Banknotes, especially old and worn ones, can carry up to two hundred types of various skin, infectious, and even sexually transmitted diseases, including the mycobacteria that cause tuberculosis; the causative agents of typhoid fever, salmonellosis, and dysentery; avian influenza viruses; helminth eggs; and scabies. Especially dangerous are banknotes that travel from one country to another.
Alcohol-based hand sanitizers Sanitelle® will help employees handling banknotes take constant hygienic care of their hands directly at workplace without soap, water, or interruptions to their work.