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39 Percent of Americans Use Cleaners and Disinfectants in Risky Ways Since Pandemic

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39 Percent of Americans Use Cleaners and Disinfectants in Risky Ways Since Pandemic

39 Percent of Americans Use Cleaners and Disinfectants in Risky Ways Since Pandemic

The findings were revealed in a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


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