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March 2019

Germy rhymes: Dan meets Jim the germ

Written by Lemay Rogers
Germy Rhymes

Here at Initial, we are publishing a series of fun hygiene rhymes to help explain the importance of good hygiene.  Not as serious as a ring around the Rosie (associated with the great plague of London, better known as the Black Death), but with an important message none the less regarding good hygiene: by preventing cross-contamination we can help prevent the spread of serious illnesses.

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Like the rhyme?  Let us know on our Facebook Page. Or even better, submit your own hygiene rhyme and it will be published in our collection of hygiene rhymes being released for Global Handwashing Day in October.

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Lemay Rogers

Lemay Rogers

Lémay Rogers is the Marketing Manager for Rentokil Initial. When not contributing to the Initial blog, she is the custodian of all things Marketing for Rentokil Initial South Africa, and supports the Sub-Saharan African businesses. As a frequent traveller AND mother of a toddler, she is all too aware of how easily germs can travel with us, from one location to another and then back to our homes. Follow Lémay on Twitter and LinkedIn for practical advice on good hygiene practices, both at home and in the workplace.

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