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It’s important to keep those hands clean

Tuesday 9 May 2017 | Published in Local

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It’s important to keep those hands clean
Nurses (from left) Kathryn Davies (nurse supervisor), Nga Manea (outpatient charge nurse), Joyce Sakai (theatre nurse) and Apii Mateariki (medical ward charge nurse) were the hand washing demonstration team at the hospital last week. PHOTOS: Stella Neale 17050803

The importance of washing your hands for good health and hygiene was emphasised last week as the Cook Islands joined with countries around the world to celebrate World Hand Washing Day.

The importance of washing your hands for good health and hygiene was emphasised last week as the Cook Islands joined with countries around the world to celebrate World Hand Washing Day.


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