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Old February 21st, 2006, 15:26
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A dirty tie could kill you

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LAHORE: A liberally stained tie is not only the epitome of sloth, it is a lethal weapon - a germ warfare laboratory of terrifying capabilities, says British newspaper The Telegraph

Citing a report by the British Medical Association (BMA), the newspaper’s website reported, “The dramatic rise of Healthcare Associated Infections (HCAIs) is facilitated by high bed occupancy rates, the increasing movement and turnover of patients, and poor standards of hygiene in healthcare settings.”
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